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Africa Friday, 3 April, 1998, 08:17 GMT 09:17 UK
Itinerary and guide to Clinton's visit
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Mr Clinton's African tour was one of the most extensive ever undertaken by an American head of state
Monday, Accra, Ghana: Arrival ceremony, private meeting and lunch with President Jerry Rawlings. Speech in Independence Square and tour of Peace Corps project.
Cheering Ghanaians greet Clinton

Tuesday, Kampala, Uganda: Tour school, village and local businesses.
Clinton close to apology over slavery

Wednesday, Kigali, Rwanda: Meeting with genocide survivors and speech to survivors, aide workers and government officials.
Clinton speaks out on Rwanda genocide

Entebbe, Uganda: Meeting with African leaders.
Clinton meets African leaders

Thursday, Cape Town, South Africa: Speech to parliament.
Clinton addresses South African Parliament
Clinton 'honoured' to be in South Africa

Friday, South Africa: Meeting and press conference with President Nelson Mandela, state dinner.
Mandela 'stands by' old friends
Clinton visits Mandela's jail cell

Saturday, Johannesburg, South Africa: No official engagements.
Clinton offers trade - and aid - to Africa Sunday, Gaborone, Botswana: Meetings with President Ketumile Masire.

Monday: Private schedule.
President remembers Soweto children

Tuesday, Gaborone, Botswana: Environmental forum, official meetings.
Clinton pledges NASA help for Africa's ecology

Wednesday, Dakar, Senegal: Meeting with President Abdou Diouf, tour of military base and village of Dal Diam.
Clinton meets Senegalese troops

Thursday, Dakar and Goree Island, Senegal: Meeting with human rights and democracy activists, speech on US-African relations. Depart for Washington.

Clinton visits African slave island
Clinton bids Africa farewell

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