Nicole Macheroux-Denault´s bio could be summarised like this:
Born in Essen, Germany in 1966, learnt to think in Teheran, Iran, completed communication studies and first radio and TV jobs in Australia, followed by a “home-run” in Germany for ZDF and RTL Television to finally end up on the African continent as a freelance correspondent for German mainstream media. Nicole Macheroux-Denault is currently based in South Africa, following several years in Kenya. She reports from a wide range of Sub-Sahara countries.
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