Cape Town school installs DIY screens to keep learners and staff safe | AFP

A primary school in the suburbs of Cape Town installs DIY screens on pupils’ desks to protect against the spread of COVID-19. The principal commends his staff for thinking up this innovative and “cost-effective” idea.

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Protests flare in Africa as coronavirus lockdown patience wears thin | AFP

Demonstrators took to the street in several African countries this week, as residents grow angry over continued lockdown measures. Elsewhere on the continent schools began to reopen but in South Africa’s Cape Town, some people were calling for them to remain closed. The continent now has over 170,000 reported cases. Here is AFP’s latest edition of Africa Weekly.

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Coronavirus: South African parents protest outside school | AFP

Parents concerned over coronavirus hold placards and protest outside a school in Cape Town, demanding that educational institutions should not reopen too quickly. IMAGES

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Health workers protest in Cape Town over protective gear, transport amid virus | AFP

Nurses and other health workers demonstrate outside Cape Town’s Tygerberg Hospital, one of South Africa’s coronavirus testing and isolation sites, against lack of protective equipment and transport to work. A nurse who worked at the hospital died after contracting COVID-19. IMAGES

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Surfers protest against lockdown in South Africa | AFP

Dozens of surfers protest at Surfers Corner in Muizenberg, near Cape Town, to show their anger over lockdown restrictions that prevent them from using the beach to surf.

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Cape Town residents use projector to promote charities during lockdown | AFP

Every evening, two Cape Town residents play the South African anthem and project messages onto walls to promote various charities as part of their Project for Love initiative.

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Cape Town residents clap for healthcare workers | AFP

As South Africa gets closer to the much-anticipated easing of the national lockdown, residents of Cape Town come together from their confinement at 8pm local time to applaud the country’s healthcare workers. IMAGES

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‘Starve or get sick’: Africa’s lockdown dilemma | AFP

As African countries grapple with the coronavirus pandemic, observers warn that the traumatic scenes which played out in Kibera on April 10 will not be the last if governments fail to help millions of urban poor who live hand-to-mouth. The warning comes as residents in Cape Town’s low-income township of Mitchells Plain clash with police during a protest demanding state food parcels.

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Strutting the ramp in ‘masks’ as coronavirus meets fashion week | AFP

Models strut the ramp with adhesive glittering rhinestones stuck around their mouths arranged in the shape of surgical face masks as the coronavirus pandemic takes centre stage at a fashion week in Cape Town.

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Coronavirus reaches sub-Saharan Africa: Africa this week | AFP

This week in Africa: The first countries in sub-Saharan Africa report cases of COVID-19 and start body temperature screenings for travellers. Netflix launches its first original series produced in Africa. Black and mixed-race South Africans hope to return to Cape Town’s iconic District 6, where they were forced out during apartheid. In Uganda, victims speak of acid attacks that seem much more prevalent than the few cases reported to police.

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Long road home for Cape Town’s apartheid dispossessed | AFP

In 1966, South Africa’s white minority government listed Cape Town’s multiracial ‘Disrict 6’ neighbourhood as a ‘whites area’. Most residents were forcibly moved because they were black or mixed-race and bulldozers destroyed their homes. A quarter of a century after the fall of apartheid, this page in South Africa’s dark history may have turned. But a court decision has raised hopes of returning home for the dispossessed people of District 6. N°1OW0W7N°1OW2NG

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Long road home for Cape Town’s apartheid dispossessed | AFP

In 1966, South Africa’s white minority government listed Cape Town’s multiracial ‘Disrict 6’ neighbourhood as a ‘whites area’. Most residents were forcibly moved because they were black or mixed-race and bulldozers destroyed their homes. A quarter of a century after the fall of apartheid, this page in South Africa’s dark history may have turned. But a court decision has raised hopes of returning home for the dispossessed people of District 6. N°1OW0W7N°1OW2NG

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Rugby world champions parade through Cape Town | AFP

Rugby World Cup winners, the Springboks start the last day of the their nationwide trophy tour, parading through the streets of Cape Town. IMAGES

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Cape Town fans celebrate S. Africa’s Rugby World Cup win | AFP

Rugby fans in Cape town celebrate South Africa’s World Cup win against England. IMAGES

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Springbok fans celebrate first try in Rugby World Cup final against England | AFP

Springbok fans in Cape Town, South Africa, celebrate the first try of their national team in the Rugby World Cup final against England. IMAGES

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Springbok fans cheer on South Africa in Rugby World Cup final | AFP

Springbok fans in Cape Town, South Africa watch the Rugby World Cup final. IMAGES

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Refugees evicted by police from sit-in outside UNHCR in Cape Town | AFP

Refugees who had been staging a sit-in outside the UN high Commission for Refugees (UNHCR) office in Cape Town are forcefully evicted by police. A water canon and stun grenades were used to remove those who refused to obey the court order attained by the building owners.

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Cape Town ‘zombie protest’ against ‘apartheid-style housing policy’ | AFP

Two activist groups, ‘Yes Men’ and ‘Reclaim the City’, join forces to stage a protest over the state of housing policy and urban planning in Cape Town. Their decision to dress as zombies highlights their view that the National Party, which implemented apartheid rule, has returned from the dead in the form of the Democratic Alliance party. The protesters assert that the DA now enact an economic – rather than race-based – apartheid, which they say is seen in the governance of the City of Cape Town Metropolitan Municipality.

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Prince Harry, Meghan, son meet Archbishop Tutu

Britain’s Prince Harry and his wife Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, brought their baby son Archie to meet Archbishop Desmond Tutu and his wife Nomalizo Leah Tutu, in Cape Town on Wednesday. (Sept. 25)

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Prince Harry, Meghan Markle and baby Archie meet Desmond Tutu | AFP

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex meet Nobel Prize winner Desmond Tutu, accompanied by their young son Archie. Harry last saw Tutu in Cape Town in 2015, when he presented the archbishop with an honour in recognition of his services on behalf of UK communities and international peace. IMAGES

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Prince Harry and Meghan meet teens in South Africa as part of tour | AFP

Prince Harry and his wife Meghan continue their first official tour since becoming parents in May and meet with teenagers from a surf therapy association in Cape Town. IMAGES

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Harry and Meghan praise fight for women’s rights in S.Africa | AFP

Britain’s Prince Harry and his wife Meghan praise the work done to promote female empowerment in South Africa as they start their first official family visit in the coastal city of Cape Town. The royal couple visits a self-defense workshop for young girls held by the NGO Justice Desk.

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Meghan dances her way into South Africa

Prince Harry and his wife, Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, are starting their first official tour as a family with their infant son, Archie, in South Africa. Their first stop was at the Nyanga township in Cape Town where the Duchess showed off her dancing skills. (Sept. 23)

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle on first leg of southern African tour | AFP

Britain’s Prince Harry and his wife Meghan arrive at an education workshop in Nyanga, a township on the outskirts of Cape Town crippled by gang violence. They are on the first leg of a 10-day trip around southern Africa. IMAGES

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