Constitution Hill, overlooking the city of Johannesburg, is more than just the  site of South Africa's Constitutional Court - the highest court in the country  on constitutional matters.  The multi-million rand Constitution Hill development was one of South  Africa's most ambitious public building projects following the country's first  democratic elections in 1994, and gave rise to some of the new South Africa's  most admired architecture. A multi-purpose, multi-faceted heritage precinct in the heart of the city,  Constitution Hill was built on the 100-acre site of a century-old prison  complex where the leaders of every major South African liberation group -  Nelson Mandela and Mahatma Gandhi among them - were once detained.  Nowhere is the story of South Africa's turbulent past and its extraordinary  transition to democracy told as it is at Constitution Hill, witness to a century of South African history. Interactive  experiences Through guided tours and exhibitions that have been designed as interactive experiences, visitors can learn about the  injustices of South Africa's past while observing the process by which the country's freedom was won and is now  protected. Tours take in the visitor decks of the Constitutional Court, where visitors can experience a real court case, as well as the  court's extraordinary collection of South African artworks, as well as three prison museums: Number Four, the Women's  Gaol and the Old Fort.  The Old Fort, built in 1893, is one of Johannesburg's oldest buildings and was used as a fortress by Paul Kruger during the  Anglo Boer War. Nelson Mandela was the only black prisoner to be held in this "whites only" prison.  A journey to the section of the Old Fort complex reserved for black men, Number Four, deepens one's understanding of  how the apartheid system made criminals of "non-whites". Number Four was once home to prisoners such as Mahatma  Ghandi, Robert Sobukwe and the students of the 1976 Soweto uprising. The grace of the Victorian-style building housing the Women's Gaol - where the likes of Winnie Madikizela-Mandela,  Albertina Sisulu, Fatima Meer and many other political activists were held - belies the pain and suffering that occurred  within its walls.  'The Robben Island of Johannesburg' The complex housing these prisons was the place where more representatives of South Africa's diverse communities were  jailed for fighting for freedom than anywhere else in the country.  For decades, thousands of prisoners streamed through the complex's "delousing" chambers, were made to do the  humiliating "Tauza" dance, were beaten and abused in the notorious Number Four prison for black men, were held for  months in dirty, overcrowded conditions in the Awaiting Trial Block, were stripped of their underclothes and their dignity in  he Women's Gaol. Constitution Hill Our working personnel is the cornerstone of our business. Working in conjuction with our clients, we employ innovative management practices to promote employee involvement, skills enhancement, exceptional work performance and recognition with policy of above average remuneration with a policy of above average remuneration and training. To be a leading highly proffessional and competitive organisation providing tours and transfer services on the african continent 24/7, providing winning partnerships with related professional companies. to ensure employee development and support to deliver exceptional individual and team performance. To add maximum value to our customers through innovative work practices. Mission