×

We've got news for you.

Register on BusinessLIVE at no cost to receive newsletters, read exclusive articles & more.
Register now

July 23 — Protesters chant during an Operation Dudula rally at Blue Downs, in Cape Town, where a memorandum was handed over at a BP service station seeking to stop the company allegedly employing undocumented foreign nationals.

Picture: BRENTON GEACH/GALLO IMAGES
Picture: BRENTON GEACH/GALLO IMAGES

July 24 — President Cyril Ramaphosa attends the ANC KwaZulu-Natal elective conference in Durban. Incoming chair Siboniso Duma calmed down thousands of singing, booing and jeering party members ahead of Ramaphosa’s address.

Picture: SANDILE NDLOVU
Picture: SANDILE NDLOVU

July 24 — A firefighter works to control a wildfire on a hillside in Mariposa County, California, the US. The fast-moving fire prompted evacuation orders for thousands of people and shut  off power to more than 2,000 homes and businesses.

Picture: DAVID ODISHO/BLOOMBERG
Picture: DAVID ODISHO/BLOOMBERG

July 24 — Brazil President Jair Bolsonaro kisses his wife, Michelle, during the Liberal Party’s national convention where he was officially appointed as candidate for re-election, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. 

Picture: BUDA MENDES/GETTY IMAGES
Picture: BUDA MENDES/GETTY IMAGES

July 24 — A jockey competes in Chonburi’s annual buffalo race festival, in Chonburi province, Thailand.

Picture: ATHIT PERAWONGMETHA/REUTERS
Picture: ATHIT PERAWONGMETHA/REUTERS

July 25 — Pope Francis receives a headdress from indigenous people during his visit to Maskwacis, Alberta, Canada. He apologised on behalf of the church for abuses against indigenous children.

Picture: TODD KOROL/REUTERS
Picture: TODD KOROL/REUTERS

July 25 — Activists protest in the Indiana statehouse during a special session debating on banning abortion in Indianapolis, Indiana, the US.

Picture: CHENEY ORR/REUTERS
Picture: CHENEY ORR/REUTERS

July 25 — Supporters of President Kais Saied light flares as they celebrate after an exit poll indicated voters backed a new constitution in Tunis, Tunisia. Saied said the referendum gave him a mandate to change the constitution, despite a turnout of less than 30%.

Picture: ZOUBEIR SOUISSI/REUTERS
Picture: ZOUBEIR SOUISSI/REUTERS

July 25 — A woman cries at a protest in Abuja, Nigeria, on Monday at a gathering of relatives of the scores of people kidnapped in March on a train bound for Kaduna. The protest follows a threat by the kidnappers that their hostages will be killed if the ransom request is not paid.

Picture: AFOLABI SOTUNDE/REUTERS
Picture: AFOLABI SOTUNDE/REUTERS

July 26 — Cameroon President Paul Biya greets French President Emmanuel Macron as Biya’s wife, Chantal, looks on, after their meeting at the presidential palace, in Yaounde, Cameroon.

Picture: DISIRE DANGA ESSIGUE/REUTERS
Picture: DISIRE DANGA ESSIGUE/REUTERS

July 27 — President Cyril Ramaphosa celebrates with the Banyana Banyana football team at Union Buildings in Pretoria. The women’s soccer team won the 2022 Wafcon finals by beating Morocco 2-1 at the Prince Moulay Abdellah Stadium in Rabat.

July 27 — A vendor sells artificial flowers and funeral wreaths at a street market in the Russia-controlled city of Kherson, Ukraine. The invasion is in its sixth month, with the sides grinding out territorial battles and Moscow using Europe’s dependence on its gas as a weapon.

Picture: ALEXANDER ERMOCHENKO/REUTERS
Picture: ALEXANDER ERMOCHENKO/REUTERS

July 27 — Supporters of Iraqi Shiite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr climb the blast walls surrounding Baghdad’s fortified Green Zone during a protest against corruption in Baghdad, Iraq.

Picture: THAIER AL-SUDANI/REUTERS
Picture: THAIER AL-SUDANI/REUTERS

July 27 — A man holds stacks of bread as he makes his way through a crowd of people queuing for bread outside a bakery in Beirut, Lebanon.

Picture: MOHAMED AZAKIR/REUTERS
Picture: MOHAMED AZAKIR/REUTERS

July 28 — Dancers perform during the opening ceremony of the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games at Alexander Stadium in Birmingham, England.

Picture: ELSA/GETTY IMAGES
Picture: ELSA/GETTY IMAGES
subscribe

Would you like to comment on this article?
Register (it's quick and free) or sign in now.

Speech Bubbles

Please read our Comment Policy before commenting.

Commenting is subject to our house rules.