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Africa’s Top Shots: Royal Celebrations And Wedding Festivals

A selection of the week’s best photos from across Africa:

Women from the Amazigh community pose for a selfie at a mass wedding festival in central Morocco’s High Atlas Mountains…
These shy-looking women are among hundreds of people attending the celebrations near the village of Imilchil.
In South Africa, women dressed in traditional regalia sing and dance at a rally to commemorate King Shaka, the founder of the Zulu ethnic group…
This man blows a horn at the annual ceremony, held near the grave of King Shaka in South Africa’s KwaZulu-Natal province…
Carrying traditional sticks, these women are on their way to the event to hear King Goodwill Zwelithini pay tribute to King Shaka…
With a white feather on his head, the monarch is seen here with prominent Zulu politician and traditional leader Mangosuthu Buthelezi…
Fans cheer the 66-year-old star who headlined the Koroga Festival – koroga is a Swahili word meaning mix.
In Botswana, the Duke of Sussex does a high-five with a school boy after the two plant a tree at the Chobe Tree Reserve on Thursday.

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Source: BBC

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