Menzies stops 'trying to herd squirrels' and picks Wipro
Handler Menzies Aviation, which recently admitted it had failed to keep up with IT developments, ...
I arrived in São Paulo Saturday morning, after a super exciting week in Johannesburg at AirCargoAfrica. While it remains a rather small event, it was a great opportunity to catch up with a lot of old and new friends, from South Africa, Africa and beyond.
Being in Johannesburg also meant experiencing load-shedding again and in a heavier variant than on my last trip in September. The power tends to go off about three times a day, leaving stupid tourists to illuminate ...
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