A South African child walks in the rain using a plastic municipal bag as a raincoat during a storm in Masiphumelele, Cape Town, South Africa, 16 September 2016. As an intense cold front hit the Cape peninsula South African Weather Service (SAWS) issued warnings of heavy rain, gale force winds and rough seas, with city authorities advising motorists to steer clear of the roads. An expected rainfall of more than 50 millimetres is expected.Five days earlier, this child walks in the rain using a plastic municipal bag as a raincoat in Cape Town, where the gap between rich and poor is extremely wide.
A Tunisian worker rides his donkey as he comes back home with bottles of wine in the wine-producing region of Grombalia, some 40 kilometres (25 miles) south of the capital Tunis, on September 16, 2016.On the same day, a Tunisian worker rides his donkey as he comes back home with bottles of wine in the wine-producing Grombalia region, some 40km (25 miles) from the capital Tunis.
A leopard climbs a tree in Maasai Mara National Reserve, Kenya September 17, 2016While at Kenya’s famous Maasai Mara game park, a leopard is snapped climbing a leafless tree…
A jackal eats a dead animal in front of a vulture in Naboisho Conservancy adjacent to the Masai Mara National Reserve, Kenya September 16, 2016.And a jackal is seen at the adjacent Naboisho Conservancy eating a dead animal.
The Omukama of Toro, Rukirabasaija Oyo Nyimba Kabamba Iguru Rukiidi IV, known as King Oyo, takes part in a traditional procession after reading a message from USAID in his capacity as Ambassador to Africa for the fight against HIV/AIDS during his 21st birthday celebrations at the royal palace in Karuzika overlooking Fort Portal, western Uganda on September 17, 2016.On Saturday, Uganda’s King Oyo takes part in a traditional procession at his palace overlooking the western town of Fort Portal. The monarch celebrated his 21st birthday and promised to tackle HIV/Aids in his Toro kingdom.
Kim Kyobe, a coffin maker, works in his coffin workshop in Kampala on September 16, 2016. Uganda"s Parliament has voted to allocate 15,000 USD in expenses per Member of Parliament to pay for their burial costs. Uganda has a total of 427 MP"s which already benefit from expenses which include 44,000 USD per MP for a vehicle. Ugandans have taken to social media to express outrage at the decision. Statistics in 2013 showed that 63% of the Ugandan population is either poor or vulnerable to poverty.A day earlier, a man makes coffins at his workshop in the capital, Kampala. Uganda’s MPs have voted to give themselves $15,000 (£11,500) each for their funeral expenses.
US Embassy staff and their families clean the beach of Grand-Bassam on September 17, 2016 as part of International Coastal Cleanup day.On Saturday, the US embassy in Ivory Coast organised a clean-up of the beach in Grand-Bassam, where at least 16 people were killed in an attack by militant Islamists in March.
Workers pose on September 19, 2016 in front of the doors of a revered 15th-century mosque which were hacked apart by jihadists in Mali"s ancient city of Timbuktu four years ago, and now unveiled restored to their former glory. The "secret door" of the Sidi Yahia mosque in the fabled caravan city fell victim to a spree of destruction in 2012 by Al-Qaeda-linked Ansar Dine, one of several radical Islamist groups which seized key northern cities that year.These workers stand on Monday at the door of a 15th Century mosque in Mali’s fabled city of Timbuktu. The door has been restored by craftsmen after it was damaged during the violent, but short-lived, takeover the city by militant Islamists in 2012.
A view shows the ancient ruins of the Greek and Roman city of Cyrene in present day Shahhat, Libya September 17, 2016On Saturday, the ancient ruins of the Greek and Roman city of Cyrene are seen in present day town of Shahhat in north-eastern Libya.
Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari leaves the stage during the US-Africa Business Forum in New York, New York, on September 21, 2016While on Wednesday, Nigeria’s President Muhammadu Buhari leaves the stage during the US-Africa Business Forum in New York. He promised to establish an “open, rules-based and market-oriented economy” in Nigeria to attract investors.

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