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NNowhere can the story of South Africa's turbulent past and its extraordinary transition to democracy be told as it is at Constitution Hill. Constitution Hill is a national heritage site in Johannesburg and is home to the Constitutional Court of South Africa. Once a place of injustice and brutality, where South Africa’s leading political activists, including Nelson Mandela, Winnie Mandela, Fatima Meer, Albertina Sisulu, Joe Slovo and Mahatma Gandhi were detained, the site has been transformed into a place of solidarity and democracy. Apart from its engaging and gripping exhibitions, Constitution Hill is also open to the public for guided tours and has become an important platform for heritage, education, and tourism related programmes. With its rich history and character, Constitution Hill also offers a variety of venues suitable for conferencing, performances, a large array of events and programmes.