SECRETARY CLINTON: (In progress.) – beneficiary of this absolutely spectacular day.
MR. DE KLERK: And just around the corner there are 70,000 people gathered together for a very big sport match between South Africa and Australia.
SECRETARY CLINTON: Oh --
MR. DE KLERK: Which is our version of football.
SECRETARY CLINTON: Yes, yes, rugby. Oh, I know. Well, I am well briefed on rugby.
MODERATOR: Okay, ladies and gentlemen, thank you very much.
SECRETARY CLINTON: Seventy thousand, is there is a stadium nearby?
MR. DE KLERK: Yes. They are building one of the biggest ones --
SECRETARY CLINTON: For the World Cup.
MR. DE KLERK: You can see it when you -- for the World Cup. Have you seen it? It's almost like a seashell, drifting in the air.
SECRETARY CLINTON: Oh, how beautiful. Oh, that's exciting.
MR. DE KLERK: And it's just up there.
SECRETARY CLINTON: Well, it's going to be a great time next year, when you host the World Cup.
MR. DE KLERK: We are very proud. And I am sure we are going to present a very good --
SECRETARY CLINTON: Well, the Confederation Cup was perfect.
MR. DE KLERK: Yes, it was a big success.
SECRETARY CLINTON: Except for the outcome of the U.S. match. That was not good. So now we -- you know, we hope to come back and do better, since apparently this air agrees with our players.
MR. DE KLERK: Absolutely.
SECRETARY CLINTON: Thank you all very much.