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Africa’s Top Shots: Pom-poms And Paddlers

A selection of the week’s best photos from across the continent and beyond:

It’s harvest time in Tunisia, where these farmers move bales of wheat on Monday. Credit: AFP


On Friday in South Africa’s Katlehong township, the Happy Girls netball team play together. Credit: Reuters


In Cape Town on Thursday, cheerleaders rehearse their routines ahead of their performance at the United Rugby Championship on Saturday. Credit: AFP


This boy takes a nap on Friday at a camp for nomadic herders in N’Djamena, Chad. More and more pastoralists are staying put because rapid climate change means dwindling pasture and water supplies – worsening conflicts between communities.
Credit: AFP


South Africa’s Moonchild Sanelly performs with British band Gorillaz in France the day before. Credit: AFP


Oluwaseun Sanni shows Nigerian secondary school students how to play his board game Enter Ball in Lagos on Wednesday.
Credit: EPA


On the same day in Dakar, “Plastic Man” Modou Fall who leads an environmental group called Clean Senegal goes on walkabout with the message “No to plastic bags”. Credit: AFP


In Liberia’s capital, Monrovia, people march on International Albinism Awareness day… Credit: EPA


People jump into the River Nile as temperatures hit 43 Celsius in Egypt on Saturday… Credit: EPA


And on Wednesday, people cycle through the outskirts of Rwanda’s capital Kigali in the cool of the morning. Credit: Reuters


Source: BBC

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