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Here are our top 10 photos of the week, and where you can find them in the library.
LEFT: A young girl performs a traditional dance, Limpopo province. Photo: Graeme Williams
- Find this photo at People 14.
ABOVE: A summer thunderstorm brews over the Maluti Mountains in the eastern Free State. Photo: Graeme Williams
- Find this photo at 2010 Fifa World Cup 3.
ABOVE: A fan at a football match between Bafana Bafana, South Africa’s national squad, and Equatorial Guinea at Supersport Stadium. Photo: Chris Kirchhoff
- Find this photo at 2010 Fifa World Cup 2.
ABOVE: A goat kid at Swissland Cheese Farm in the KwaZulu-Natal Midlands. Photo: Hannelie Coetzee
- Find this photo at Countryside 24.
ABOVE: A television cameraman sets up a shot of building construction for a documentary, Limpopo province. Photo: Graeme Williams
- Find this photo at South Africa at Work 16.
ABOVE: Cosmos flowers in full bloom line the road in the eastern Free State. Photo: Graeme Williams
- Find this photo at Nature 3.
ABOVE: Cattle graze in the fields below the Nelson Mandela Museum in Qunu, Eastern Cape province. They are watched by Vuyani Sidubule, dressed to show he is currently undergoing his manhood initiation. Mandela grew up and went to school in the village of Qunu, and this land still belongs to the Mandela clan. Photo: Rodger Bosch
- Find this photo at Countryside 20.
ABOVE: Shelling peanuts on a farm in the Vaalharts Irrigation Scheme region of the Northern Cape. Photo: Graeme Williams
- Find this photo at Countryside 4.
ABOVE: A monument to the Dorper, an extremely hardy breed of sheep able to survive in the harsh and dry scrubland of the Northern Cape. Photo: Graeme Williams
- Find this photo at Countryside 6.
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