Africa’s week in pictures: 25 November – 1 December 2022

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Africa's week in pictures: 25 November - 1 December 2022
Africa's week in pictures: 25 November - 1 December 2022

Africa-Press – Eswatini. A selection of the week’s best photos from across the continent and beyond:

Kenyan actress Lupita Nyong’o takes to the red carpet at an event in New York City on Saturday.

On Sunday in South Africa, women from the Nazareth Baptist Church dance in unison…

Thousands are taking part in the annual prayer and reconciliation ceremony at the Enyokeni Zulu Royal Palace in Nongoma.

On the same day at the football World Cup in Qatar, a fan of Morocco’s Atlas Lions squares up to Belgium supporters. The North African side won 2-0.

Ghanaians are delighted as their national team delivers a stunning 3-2 victory over South Korea the next day…

A day later Senegal triumph 2-1 over Ecuador to secure their place in the knockout stages.

Mostafa Mahmoud, 68, is Cairo’s football man. He has been fixing and making balls in the Egyptian capital for five decades.

Kenyan acrobats perform for Pope Francis in the Vatican on Wednesday.

On Saturday in Senegal, people parade down the streets during the Dakar Carnival.

Children sit outside their homes in Morocco’s blue-washed town of Chefchaouen on Thursday.

Musicians show off their skills at Festi Balafon in Ivory Coast on Friday. The balafon is a vibraphone that is common to many West and Central African cultures.

This event in Liberia on Friday kicks off 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence.

A shopkeeper spoons a dollop of harissa in Tunisia on Thursday – when Unesco grants the spicy paste official recognition as an article of intangible cultural heritage.

Flamingos feed on algae in this Young Environmental Photographer of the Year-winning photo. The site in Kenya was once a freshwater lake but has turned into saltpans that are toxic to most other forms of animal life.

It’s Black Friday frenzy in Zimbabwe as shoppers hit the sales looking for bargains.

While in Egypt this woman practises the slower art of rug-making on Monday.

On Wednesday, outraged South Africans protest at the courts’ decision to free the killer of anti-apartheid activist Chris Hani on parole.

Congolese protesters, who say a new regional force is failing to deal with rebels in North Kivu, confront a policeman on Thursday.

Three men travel thousands of miles from Nigeria to Spain’s Canary Islands by stowing away on a ship’s rudder.

And in Kenya on Wednesday, six-year-old Dorcas Mumbi tends to crops wearing a bear hat.

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