The suspect nods or shakes their head in a manner inconsistent with the answer they have given i.e. when asked whether they stole the handbag the suspect says `no' but shakes his head up and down in an affirmative manner. As remarkable as this may seem, it is not uncommon for people to give a physical indication that is the complete opposite to their verbal answer. The physical indication is usually the truthful answer.
FastJet is considering expanding in South Africa as new chief executive Nico Bezuidenhout evaluates growth opportunities for the unprofitable discount airline. He says the country is too big to stay out of.
I'm out for now, I don't blame fastjet. If East Africa ever take the strangle hold off I would invest again maybe it will be different in South African. Good luck to all still invested I wish you well and to most deramper I Think you are full of shit.
I guess south Africa is the only hope now,seems we are being pushed out of Tanzania as they adopt the same protectionist ways as Kenya. I had a feeling this could happen last year when the Nairobi routes was lauched and the Tanzania ambassador make a speech thanking fastjet for the help and what they had done for Tanzania aviation, he looked awkward and the way he was saying it, I was reading between the lines I thought he sounds like he is saying thanks and goodbye. As this seems to be coming to fruition, I hope we have better luck in South Africa, I believe we will do better in South Africa as it more modern thinking
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