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Jerome Cartillier

Jerome Cartillier

    Russia, Ukraine agree on 'permanent ceasefire'
    Russia, Ukraine agree on 'permanent ceasefire'
    The conflict in Ukraine, now in its fourth month, could see an end soon as Ukraine's President Petro Poroshenko announced a ceasefire agreement on...
    Guarded optimism as at climate talks
    Guarded optimism as at climate talks
    The world's climate negotiators worked into early Friday morning amid guarded hopes of making progress, as a new willingness by India to accept...
    'Climate code red' at UN talks, warns Nigeria
    'Climate code red' at UN talks, warns Nigeria
    Africa's frustration at the United Nations climate summit boiled over on Monday as delegates walked out of key talks and continental giant Nigeria...
    Shadow contest in full swing for ANC top job
    Shadow contest in full swing for ANC top job
    Officially no one is a candidate and there is not even a campaign, but in reality the contest to become the next South African president is well...
    Net closes on SA's canned hunting industry
    Net closes on SA's canned hunting industry
    Carel van Heerden feels no reason to apologise about his doomed lion-breeding business. "Trophy hunters will always exist. We're taking the...
    Chinese leader ends Mozambique visit
    Chinese leader ends Mozambique visit
    Chinese leader Hu Jintao on Friday left Mozambique for the Seychelles, the last stop on an African swing marked by Beijing's largesse and staunch...
    Hu calls for 'pragmatic cooperation' with Maputo
    Hu calls for 'pragmatic cooperation' with Maputo
    Chinese President Hu Jintao on Thursday announced a debt waiver, cash grants, increased market access and "pragmatic cooperation" with war-ravaged...
    SA eyes mutual benefits from China's Africa push
    SA eyes mutual benefits from China's Africa push
    South Africa, which will host China's President Hu Jintao on Tuesday, sees mutual benefits flowing from Beijing's push into Africa while being wary...
    SA revolts against high phone charges
    SA revolts against high phone charges
    South African telephone subscribers, enraged by high rates charged by fixed-line provider Telkom, are turning on the government and on the company...
    SA mulls release of 'political prisoners'
    SA mulls release of 'political prisoners'
    Hundreds of South African prisoners who have been in jail since the apartheid era are hoping to reclaim their freedom by convincing the government...
    African stock markets seek to work in concert
    African stock markets seek to work in concert
    Stock markets across Africa, beset by feeble volumes of trade and lack of liquidity, are trying to work closer together in a bid to increase...
    Where have all the flowers gone?
    Where have all the flowers gone?
    At first glance, the brilliant white flowers nestled in green fields in the heart of Cape Town's Kirstenbosch botanical gardens appear to be...