Photos: Guy Fawkes Day

"Remember, remember the fifth of November" ... That was the day, in 1605, that British traitor Guy Fawkes was caught in an attempt to kill King James I and replace him with a Catholic monarch. Every year since, England has commemorated the event, and Fawkes' effigy is traditionally burned via bonfire. Today, however, the Guy Fawkes mask - made popular in part by the 2006 movie "V for Vendetta" - has come to stand for anonymous protesting. More specifically, the mask is used by the computer hacking and activist group Anonymous. In South Africa, however, the day is celebrated a bit differently. Find out how in our gallery below.