Africa's week in pictures: 9-15 March 2018

Ogbonge selection of foto from Africa about Africans for here and oda parts of di world dis week.

A car is parked outside colored houses of the historic Bo Kaap area of Cape Town, South Africa, 15 March 2018. This former township, situated on the slopes of Signal Hill above the city center, is a historical centre of Cape Malay culture in the city and home to the first mosque in South Africa established in 1884 by immigrant workers. The area is one of the cities biggest tourist attractions. Image copyright EPA
Image example Dis moto tanda gidigba for di historic Bo Kaap area for Cape Town. Di are na centre for Cape Malay culture for di city and na dia immigrants build di first mosque for South Africa for 1884, na so EPA carry di tori.
A man is assisted to climb off a truck that was washed off a road by flash floods at Isinya some 58kms south-east of Nairobi on March 15, 2018. Image copyright AFP
Image example Na so dis truck enter gbege when flood carry am comot road for Isinya, wey be like 60km from Kenya capital, Nairobi...
People watch as flash floods rage past a part of the main highway to Kenya"s border town with Tanzania on March 15, 2018 in Isinya, Kajiado county, around 58 kilometres (36 miles) southeast of capital Nairobi. Image copyright AFP
Image example Di flood come make di highway look like River Nile junior broda...
Kenyan school children gather on a verandah outside their classroom at Isinya Secondary School at Isinya some 58kms south-east of Nairobi on March 15, 2018, after classes were stopped due to flash floods in the school compound. Unusually heavy showers have heralded the beginning of Kenya"s long rainy season with flooding widely expected with transportation along the county"s main road to the Kenya-Tanzania border interrupted for hours. Image copyright AFP
Image example But dis children escape di heavy rain.
A boy plays with pelicans in Yoff, commune of Dakar, Senegal March 14, 2018. Image copyright Reuters
Image example Dis boy for Senegal capital, Dakar, tire as dis pelican birds dey waka pass on Wednesday.
A man attends a rally against racism and in support of Idy Diene, a Senegalese street vendor who was killed by an Italian, in Florence, Italy March 10, 2018. Image copyright Reuters
Image example On Saturday, pipo do I-no-gree for di street for Italian city Florence as dem dey protest di killing of one Senegalese street vendor, Idy Diene.
Protesters shout slogans during a march, demanding equal inheritance rights for women, in Tunis, Tunisia March 10, 2018. Image copyright Reuters
Image example Dat same day for Tunisia, some pipo enter street to demand equal inheritance rights for women dem.
Young Fulanis listen to a declaration during a demonstration in Bamako on March 15, 2018 organized by the Jeunesse Tabital Pulaaku-Mali, the youth chapter of an organization dedicated to preserving the rights of Mali"s Fulani people, who have become victims of retaliatory violence after being accused of attacks against farmers in central Nigeria"s Plateau state. Image copyright AFP
Image example For Mali, ethnic Fulani pipo do rally on Thursday for capital Bamako to protest di fight-fight between Fulani herdsmen and farmers for central Nigeria.
Salem, a 45-year-old Tunisian shepard, leads his flock in the town of Mdhila, south of Gafsa, one of the main mining sites in central Tunisia. work has resumed after a month-long strike. on March 9, 2018. Image copyright AFP
Image example Di day before, dis shepherd dey lead im cattle outside di town of Mdhila, wey be one of di mining centres for di country as work start again after one month strike.
Rebecca Palai speaks on the phone with a consultant as she withdraws her medication at an ATM pharmacy which allows patients with chronic illnesses to receive repeat medication within three minutes, in Alexander township, South Africa, March 15, 2018. Image copyright Reuters
Image example Di same day for South Africa, Rebecca Palai dey talk for phone with consultant as she dey withdraw medicine for ATM pharmacy.Di ATM dey allow patient wey get serious sickness to receive medicine in three minute for Alexandra town.
Kenyan sculptor Edward Njenga (R), born in 1922, repairs his stoneware work "Women"s Guild Member (2008)" with the assistance of his grandson Edward Njenga who has same name at his at his studio in Nairobi on March 12, 2018. Njenga is the one of East Africas prominent sculptors who has been capturing scenes from Kenya"s daily life mainly in the form of miniature figures. Image copyright AFP
Image example On Monday, popular Kenya sculptor Edward Njenga (R), wey dem born for 1922, dey repair stone work Women's Guild Member as im grandson, wey im name na Edward Njenga too, dey help am for studio for Nairobi.
A man looks at books in boxes that were used to store ammunition during the war, in Misrata, Libya, March 13, 2018. Image copyright Reuters
Image example On Tuesday, one man dey look book wey dem wan sell inside box wey dem dey use keep weapon for civil war time for Libyan city of Misrata.
Libyans dressed in their country"s traditional clothing attend the national day of the Libyan costume at the Martyrs Square in the capital Tripoli, on March 13, 2018 Image copyright AFP
Image example Di same day sef, dis Libya pipo wear dia traditional dress during di national day of di Libyan costume for capital, Tripoli.

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