PICS: On Home Ground
Cape Town - 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:
Johannesburg - Craig Lucas, centre, from Elsies River, celebrates being crowned the winner of the The Voice South Africa Season 2. All Craig Lucas wants to do with the R250 000 he won in The Voice SA is to take his mommy on a well-deserved holiday.
The Elsies River resident captured the hearts of the nation on Sunday when he came out tops in the reality TV show, beating seven other contestants in the nail-biting finale. Picture: Tracey Adams/ANA Pictures
DELFT - Slippery when wet: Delft residents had to brace flooded streets. Picture: Phando Jikelo/ANA Pictures
Cape Town - Shaun M Jooste, head of the Pulse Gaming Division and author of the Celenic Earth Chronicles series and Silent Hill: Betrayal, visits Parow Library. Jooste’s request for an attempt at the ‘Greatest Anthology Written’ has been approved by Guinness World Records. Picture: Henk Kruger/ANA Pictures
Bonteheuwal - HELP: Adenaan de Bruyn instructs the mentally challenged at Bonteheuwal Hall, where a dispute has kept pupils away. Picture: David Ritchie/ANA Pictures
Imizamo Yethu - DUTY CALLS: Police officers on the scene at Hout Bay's informal settlement, Imizamo Yethu, where workers were sent to demolish illegal structures. Picture: Henk Kruger/ANA Pictures.
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