South Africa - We present to the pictures that the our photographers shot while in the streets and suburbs of South Africa this week.
Sometimes not all the pictures that our talented photographers shoot make the newspaper. Along with those pictures and including the ones that they feel impassioned to shoot, The Cape Argus often dedicates a page within it's pages for our talented photographers.
Enjoy the what our photographers saw through their lenses this week.
HAZY DAYS: Table Mountain and Lion's Head loom above a blanket of smog over Cape Town. Picture: Henk Kruger/ANA Pictures
Grahamstown - "Confessions of a blacklisted woman" is provocative piece which explores the power relations between men and women, the play resists theatre conventions and explores issues of feminism through a self-aware and humorous lens. (Quote from Cue) Thousands of visitors are attending the 43rd annual National Arts Festival which runs from 29 June to 9 July in Grahamstown, Eastern Cape. Billed as Africa’s biggest and boldest celebration of the arts. Showcasing more than 700 shows the programme features theatre, dance, music, visual and performance arts, film, illusion, cabaret and more. Picture: David Ritchie/ANA Pictures
Cape Town - Flora Road Steenberg. Sunrise on mist over an open field as commuters make their way to work. Picture: Tracey Adams/ANA Pictures
Cape Town - A violent protest at the Imizamo Yethu informal settlement brought Hout Bay outside Cape Town to a complete standstill on Saturday morning. Police lobbed stun grenades and teargas to disperse the angry crowd. A group of residents say they're angry at the delays in the City of Cape Town's service delivery, including its re-blocking plan. City officials have been busy with the massive re-blocking plan following a devastating fire in the township three months ago. Protesters blockaded Victoria Rd with sink plates. Traffic was blocked off from all three directions to the settlement. Picture: Jason Boud/ANA Pictures
BALANCING ACT: Azaliah Smith, 11, prepares vetkoek for her family in Tafelsig. Azaliah is a champion gymnast selected to represent South Africa internationally, but her family is too poor to send her overseas to compete. Picture: Henk Kruger/ANA Pictures
Grahamstown - WHAT YOU LOOKING AT? Dance Fusion production Ellipses is an engaging experience. It is part of the National Arts Festival and has Kirsten Isenberg, a former Cape Town City Ballet member, choreographing, along with others. Picture: David Ritchie/ANA Pictures
Cape Town - Western Province rugby team young fans cheering for their team at the old Green Point stadium when it played against Cheetas. Picture: Phando Jikelo/ANA Pictures
ARMED AND READY: A police tactical response unit respond to a reported robbery at Cash Crusaders in Strand Street in Cape Town. Two Robbers entered the store and threatened employees with a firearm and a knife. They fled before the police arrived. An investigation is under way. Picture: Jason Boud/ANA Pictures