Get a taste of what’s on offer when you register with Media Club South Africa, with our weekly selection of the best photography from the site’s free image library.
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Here are our top 10 photos of the week, and where you can find them in the library.
ABOVE: Cape Town-based Ugandan immigrant Samuel Kalule Sendowooza is a freelance artist who sells his and others’ work to the local and international market.
Photo: Jeffrey Barbee
- Find this photo in the image library at South Africa at Work 16. (Register and log in first.)
ABOVE: Mural at the Fitzsimons Snake Park in Durban, KwaZulu-Natal province.
Photo: Graeme Williams
- Find this photo at Arts & Culture 6.
ABOVE: A South African football fan blows an extra-large vuvuzela trumpet.
Photo: Chris Kirchhoff
- Find this photo at 2010 Fifa World Cup 3.
LEFT: The Johannesburg Civic Centre in Braamfontein, the headquarters of the city’s metropolitan municipality government, framed by indigenous South African strelitzia flowers. Photo: Chris Kirchhoff
- Find this photo at Buildings
& Structures 1.
ABOVE: The main entrance of the Palace of the Lost City luxury hotel at the massive Sun City entertainment complex in North West province.
Photo: Hannelie Coetzee
- Find this photo at Tourism & Leisure 18.
LEFT: The eastern city centre seen across the Johannesburg Station train shunting grounds, with the Nelson Mandela Bridge in between. Photo: Chris Kirchhoff
- Find this photo at Infrastructure 3.
ABOVE: Lindile Ngunuza tends seedlings in the nursery at the Ikhamanga Cooperative and Permaculture Centre in the remote Qholora Bay region of Eastern Cape province. The centre focuses on sustainable rural upliftment using locally available resources.
Photo: Rodger Bosch
- Find this photo at Development 6.
ABOVE: Emeritus Professor Phillip V Tobias, an internationally acclaimed South African paleoanthropologist, with a collection of fossil hominid skulls from east and southern Africa at the Fossil Laboratory of the University of the Witwatersrand in Johannesburg, Gauteng province. Photo: Chris Kirchhoff
- Find this photo at People 1.
ABOVE: The expansion project to rework B-material waste dumps at the massive Sishen open-cast iron-ore mine in the Northern Cape province. Sishen is one of the five largest iron-ore mines in the world and the largest in Africa. Photo: Graeme Williams
- Find this photo at Business & Industry 21.
ABOVE: High-rise hotels line the Indian Ocean seafront of North Beach in the city of Durban, KwaZulu-Natal. Photo: Graeme Williams
- Find this photo at Cities 6.
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