News in Images - January 24

Image 1: Ghana secured a quarter final place in the Orange African Nations Championship with a 1-0 win over Ethiopia in the final match of group C of the tournament played on Tuesday 21st January night at Free State Stadium in Mangaung. PHOTO supplied

Image 2: Ivy, mother of South African actress Lesego Motsepe, best known for her role in television soapie Isidingo, attends her memorial service in Johannesburg on Thursday, 23 January 2014. Motsepe was found dead at her Randburg home at around 11 am on Monday. On World Aids Day in 2011, the actress disclosed that she had been living with HIV since 1998. Motsepe was 39 years old.  PHOTO SAPA

Image 3: The visit by the Acting Executive Mayor of Maluti-A-Phofung Local Municipality,Vusimuzi Tshabalala to schools on the first day of 2014 academic year brought a sweet start that turned into a happy moment.The first school he visited was in the farming area of Van Reneen called Mpophomo Intermediate School where hundreds of new learners welcomed him with jubilation. PHOTO supplied

Image 4: In the past two days more than 20 people have been arrested during protests in Masilo, Theunissen, after they blocked a main road that enters in Masilo to disrupt traffic in town. PHOTO supplied

Image 5: Nan Hua temple is hosting the Chinese New Year celebration fete again on 2nd Feb 2014 (Sunday) from 9:30am to 15:00pm. PHOTO SAPA

Image 6: opposition leaders have issued an ultimatum to President Viktor Yanukovych, after talks failed to resolve the political stalemate. Two activists were killed in clashes with police in Kiev on Wednesday.  PHOTO Valentyn Ogirenko

Image 7: An African migrant covers his mouth with tape during a protest in front of the U.S. Embassy demanding asylum and work rights from the Israeli government in Tel Aviv. About 60,000 African migrants, mostly from Sudan and Eritrea, have trekked through Egypt and other Muslim countries to reach Israel in recent years. Some are fleeing violence or oppression in their home countries while others are seeking better economic opportunities in Israel. PHOTO Oded Balilty

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