Fujifilm South Africa Awards 2007 African Press Photographer of the Year

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Dogon women eat mangoes 30 April 2007 outside a hunters house with the walls made from mud and monkey skulls with a​nimal pelts hanging from the roof in the village of Begnimato sculpted into the escarpment of the Falaise de Bandiagara, Mali. The Dogon people of Mal​i are one of Africa's oldest and most complex tribes with their traditions and customs well preserved and practiced today as they were thousands of ye​ars ago. Mali, twice the size of France, is one of the world's poorest countries. EPA/NIC BOTH

Dogon women eat mangoes 30 April 2007 outside a hunters house with the walls made from mud and monkey skulls with a​nimal pelts hanging from the roof in the village of Begnimato sculpted into the escarpment of the Falaise de Bandiagara, Mali. The Dogon people of Mal​i are one of Africa's oldest and most complex tribes with their traditions and customs well preserved and practiced today as they were thousands of ye​ars ago. Mali, twice the size of France, is one of the world's poorest countries. EPA/NIC BOTHMA

Fujifilm South Africa Awards 2007

African Press Photographer of the Year

Photographer: Nic Bothma