Official visit of President Bill Clinton and Vice President Al Gore to South Africa


Official visit of President Bill Clinton and Vice President Al Gore to South Africa


11 photographs of the official visit to South Africa by President Bill Clinton and Vice President Al Gore. They meet President Nelson Mandela and Deputy President Thabo Mbeki in Cape Town at the official residence, Tynhuys.

11 full colour photographs; 1: 21x15cm; 11: 25.5x20cm 1 digital image


SNAC Resource ID: 11617818

Nelson Mandela Foundation

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