South Africa - Cape Town - 20 April 2020 - A Checkers food truck has been looted in Bishop Lavis, Cape Town. Photographer: Armand Hough/African News Agency(ANA)

Today in Pictures

CAPE TOWN – We give you a peak at today in pictures from our award-winning photographers at the African News Agency based in newsrooms across South Africa.

 

South Africa – Cape Town – 20 April 2020 – A Checkers food truck has been looted in Bishop Lavis, Cape Town. Photographer: Armand Hough/African News Agency(ANA)

 

South Africa – Durban – 15 April 2020 – Coronavirus – The CBD of Durban is largely desolate at night, besides pockets of activity in alleyways. Police are visable everywhere with at least two road blocks in and out of the city. A sureal experience of an empty, clean city, that is usually heaving with human activity.
Picture: Shelley Kjonstad/African News Agency(ANA)

 

South Africa – Coronavirus – Pretoria – 20 April 2020. Charline’s Place of Safety, an orphanage in Ga-Rankuwa that faces challenges during the national lockdown.
Picture: Oupa Mokoena/African News Agency (ANA)

 

South Africa – Cape Town – 20 April 2020 – A Checkers food truck has been looted in Bishop Lavis, Cape Town. Photographer: Armand Hough/African News Agency(ANA)

 

South Africa – Durban – 15 April 2020 – Coronavirus –  The Juma Mosque of Durban is a mosque located in Durban, Kwazulu-Natal in South Africa. Also known as the Grey Street Mosque, it represents a spiritual center for Durban’s Muslims
Picture: Shelley Kjonstad/African News Agency(ANA)

 

SOUTH AFRICA – Cape Town – 20 April 2020 – Little girl waits for her father who is being tested at the Covid-19 screening at the testing facility in Lentegeur Mitchells Plain. Screening is a way for health workers to find out if you may have COVID-19 or not. The health worker will ask you a series of questions and scan your forehead to take your temperature. Picture:Brendan Magaar/African News Agency (ANA)

 

South Africa – Durban – 20 April 2020 – Scores of people breaking lockdown rules were arrested at a roadblock in kwaMashu
Picture: Doctor Ngcobo/African News Agency(ANA)

 

South Africa – Coronavirus – Pretoria – 20 April 2020. Charline’s Place of Safety, an orphanage in Ga-Rankuwa that faces challenges during the national lockdown.
Picture: Oupa Mokoena/African News Agency (ANA)

 

South Africa – Durban – 20 April 2020 – KwaZulu-Natal MEC for Transport, Community Safety and Liaison, Mr Bheki Ntuli, lead an intensified law enforcement operation aimed at clamping down on the illegal movement of people at eThekwini. This eThekwini focused approach will see all law enforcement agencies coming together to intensify operations in the Metro which is the epicentre of the Covid-19 pandemic. Picture Leon Lestrade/African News Agency(ANA)

 

South Africa – Johannesburg – 19 April 2020 – Resident of Kokotela informal settlement in Lawley Extension 2, South of Johannesburg, protest after learning that
Executive Mayor Cllr Geoff Makhubo will visit their area, the visit by Cllr Makhubo was to listen to the cries of those affected by demolitions on the ground, close to one hundred and eighty eight (188) shacks were demolished by Red Ants.
Picture: Itumeleng English/African News Agency(ANA)

 

South Africa -Cape Town – 20 April 2020- Empolweni Informal Settlement resident in Makhaza sitting outside his tent,waiting for the return of his building material back from the City of Cape Town.This was after a court ruling in favour of the residents on friday,instructing the City to return the material to the rightful owners.photograph :Phando Jikelo/african News Agency(ANA)