President Cyril Ramaphosa will provide the annual Desmond Tutu lecture and reflect on the TRC that reaches its 20th anniversary, the Tutus Foundation, which was announced on Sunday.
"Archbishop Emeritus Tutu asked the president to reflect in his lecture on the course of South Africa's restorative justice project 20 years after the Truth and Reconciliation Commission," the Desmond & Leah Tutu Legacy Foundation said in a statement .
"The negotiated settlement and approach to post-apartheid in South Africa was internationally regarded as a beacon of hope," said program manager Razaan Bailey.
"Having a leader of the negotiation process, who is now our president, thinking about the country's journey so far is a rare opportunity to collectively consider our progress, our successes and shortcomings." And the lessons we have on the way
The 8th annual Desmond Tutu International Peace Lecture takes place at Artscape in Cape Town, on October 8 – the day after the 87th birthday of Archbishop Tutu.
Earlier speakers include The Dalai Lama, Graça Machel, Thuli Madonsela, Mary Robinson, the late Kofi Annan, lawyer Hila Jilani and lawyer Vasu Gounden
The event is open to the public, but prior registration to receive tickets is required.
The process of obtaining tickets is September.