CNN Site Map for Section Africa (Galleries) for November - 2011
- 2011-11-29Fishermen bringing in their catch from Lake Turkana, the largest permanent desert lake in the world.
- 2011-11-28Nigerian singer, Asa, is the latest African musician to hit it big with audiences in her home continent and beyond. The 29-year-old artist has a growing following in Europe and North America and has opened shows for pop royalty such as Beyonce and Snoop D
- 2011-11-25A protester leads chants Friday, November 25, in Cairo's Tahrir Square, where sometimes-violent rallies have taken place for a week. Egyptian military leaders said Thursday that parliamentary elections scheduled for Monday, November 28, will take pla
- 2011-11-24Masika is a survivor of the conflict in the DRC and a rape victim. She has set up a center where other survivors can come for sanctuary when they have nowhere else to go.
- 2011-11-24Protestors wearing gas masks gather near Cairo's Tahrir Square during clashes with police on November 23, 2011.
- 2011-11-22The Democratic Republic of Congo is rich with natural resources including copper and cobalt. Half of the world reserves of cobalt can be found in the DRC. The cobalt metal is often used in the manufacturing of mobile phones.
- 2011-11-21Andile Ndlovu is one of South Africa's most promising ballet dancers. After starring in productions of the Nutcracker and Don Quixote at The South Africa National Ballet, he was awarded a place at the prestigious American dance company, The Washingto
- 2011-11-17Virunga National Park in the Democratic Republic of Congo is inviting tourists on overnight treks to witness the latest lava eruptions from nearby Nyamulagira volcano.
- 2011-11-15According to the World Wildlife Fund, so far in 2011 more than 340 rhinos have been killed. WARNING: This gallery contains graphic images. Discretion is advised.
- 2011-11-10Poaching and lack of conservation have made a subspecies of Africa's black rhino (pictured) extinct.
- 2011-11-10A mother and baby elephant were found distressed and dehydrated, sinking in deep mud at a safari park in Zambia.
- 2011-11-10Kenyan entrepreneur Joe Mwali poses beside the borehole he created to provide water for his local community.
- 2011-11-10Kip Keino stretches his legs at the 1972 Olympic Games in Munich, Germany.
- 2011-11-04The Karnak temple in Luxor, Egypt is one of the world's oldest surviving shrines. According to Adjaye, it is a "primal structure" that embodies the very essence of Africa.
- 2011-11-04Erma Ayeli's first child was considered "mingi," or cursed by her Ethiopian village, and killed. A child can be mingi because of physical deformities, illegitimacy, ancient superstitions and a variety of other reasons. If they do not kill t
- 2011-11-04Helen Jennings latest book, New African Fashion, gives a brief history of style and beauty from Africa and profiles the best contemporary designers, models and photographers working today.
- 2011-11-03Photographer Eric Lafforgue says that the Herero women can be shy about getting their photographs taken and some will refuse.
- 2011-11-02Mozambique's breathtaking scenery and sunsets is putting the country on the map as a top tourist destination.