Aeroportos de Moçambique (AdM) has re-hired a former chairman just seven years after he was imprisoned for his part in a scheme that stole $1.7 million from the company. Diodino Cambaza was appointed chairman of the state-owned airports company in 2005, having first joined the company in 1989. He was imprisoned in 2010 for 22…...
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