Some people take a change of job as an opportunity to unwind and forget about work for a week or two. But then there’s the other camp, to which Reshaad Sha firmly belongs.Sha, the SA CEO-in-waiting of Liquid Telecom, is squeezing in a two-month management course at Harvard University before he takes on the new role on June 1.When it was announced that he had left the Remgro stable, Sha was already in the US on his professional development quest. His enrolment in the management course came shortly after he had completed his MBA, specialising in executive management, at UCT’s Graduate School of Business.Prior to joining Liquid Telecom, Sha was an executive director and head of strategy at Dark Fibre Africa (DFA), an open-access fibreoptic company controlled by JSE-listed Remgro.Sha joined DFA in 2013, and was simultaneously CEO of DFA subsidiary SqwidNet, an open-access Internet of Things network operator.In announcing Sha’s resignation in early April, DFA gave him high praise, saying...

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