U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is in South Africa, where she has met privately with anti-apartheid icon Nelson Mandela.
Clinton traveled to the former president's village of Qunu Monday. The 94-year-old Mandela is in frail health and rarely appears in public.
Clinton then went to Johannesburg, to attend high-level meetings between U.S. and South African officials and business executives.
Photo Gallery: Hillary Clinton's Trip to Africa
Clinton has been promoting U.S. investment and trade during her 10-day tour of Africa.
South Africa is a major market for American goods, while the United States is a key export and investment market for South Africa.
Africa is home to some of the world's fastest growing economies and populations. Boosting trade and investment in the continent has been a key component of U.S. foreign policy there.
The U.S. is Africa's largest trade partner after China.
After her stop in South Africa, Secretary of State Clinton is scheduled to travel to Nigeria, Benin and Ghana.
Earlier stops on Clinton's tour included Senegal, Uganda, South Sudan and Kenya.
Map of countries Hillary Clinton is visiting in Africa
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