Week in Pictures

President Jacob Zuma shakes hands with a mime, painted in gold,during a walkabout in the V&A Waterfront in Cape Town on Thursday, 25 April 2013.Zuma earlier announced a 10 percent increase in tourism growth in 2012. Picture: GCIS/SAPA
An Indian Hindu Sadhu (holy man) performs yoga on the banks of the Sangam in Allahabad on April 30, 2013. Picture: AFP/ SANJAY KANOJIA
Democratic Alliance ( DA ) leader Helen Zillle is greeted by supporters at Phoenix township,south of Durban during Freedom Day Celebrations on Saturday, 27 April 2013. Picture: SAPA/stringer
Garment workers shout during a march on the streets to mark International Labor Day in Phnom Penh May 1, 2013. Picture: Reuters/Samrang Pring
Ethnic Wa women smoke under a tree in Cangyuan county, Yunnan province, April 30, 2013. Picture taken April 30, 2013. Picture: Reuters/Wong Campion
Failure by Guinea's politicians to reach agreement for a long-delayed legislative poll is stirring up tribal violence, jeopardising economic gains and raising fears that the military could once again step in. Picture: Reuters
A visitor passes by one of the installations in the staircase of the "D-0" art museum on April 26, 2013 after the opening ceremony of Second Art Biennale in the Bosnian town of Konjic. Picture:
Princess Maxima of the Netherlands, Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands and Crown Prince Willem-Alexander of the Netherlands arrive for a dinner at the occasion of the abdication of Dutch Queen Beatrix and the investiture of Prince Willem Alexander as King. Picture:
Protesters burn an effigy depicting a Greek worker during a rally against the government's plan to fire thousands of public sector workers as part of its austerity reform programme, in Athens April 28, 2013. Picture: Reuters/John Kolesidis
Bangladeshi relatives hold photos of the missing and dead workers three days after an eight-storey building collapsed in Savar, on the outskirts of Dhaka. Police arrested two textile bosses as the death toll climbed to 332. Picture: AFP PHOTO/ Munir uz ZAMAN



The hunt for missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 will focus on the southern part of the existing search zone after a new clue to the plane's possible location emerged.
Zambian president Michael Sata on Thursday sacked his justice minister, a top contender in the battle to succeed the reportedly ailing leader.
Public Protector Thuli Madonsela says her private letter to President Jacob Zuma was leaked by a senior politician and the publishing of it was improper.

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The Economic Freedom Fighters will go to court to oppose looming suspension from Parliament for disrupting presidential question time last week, party leader Julius Malema said.
The South African Weather Service has released fresh warnings of bad conditions across the country.
Ebola death toll passes 1,500 as regional crisis talks begin.

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