Reshaad Sha

Liquid Telecom SA CEO Reshaad Sha calls it quits

Reshaad Sha, CEO of Liquid Telecom South Africa, has resigned from the company after two years.


Liquid Telecom ensures continuity of service

The company mitigated network outages due to unexpected loss of connectivity following a recent break in the West Africa Cable System undersea cable.

Mar 30, 2020

Vessel departs to fix WACS cable as ISPs re-route traffic

While South African Internet service providers redirect traffic, a cable vessel is on its way to fix the broken West Africa Cable System.

Feb 14, 2020

Liquid Telecom, Internet Solutions ink 5G deal

Liquid will provide Internet Solutions with wholesale 5G connectivity to deliver enterprise services.


ICT equipment handed over to Limpopo school

Liquid Telecom SA donates hardware to improve digital literacy of learners and teachers at Batlhalerwa Secondary School.

Oct 31, 2019

Liquid Telecom overhauls network, promises more capacity

The company unveils what it terms advanced core network enhancements, which it says will offer customers more bandwidth capacity.

Oct 30, 2019

Liquid Telecom SA announces advanced core network enhancements, offering customers near-unlimited bandwidth capacity

Liquid Telecom’s network upgrade includes regionalised redundancy to help ensure continued service to overcome network interruptions and support South Africans' rapidly evolving needs, says Reshaad Sha, CEO of Liquid Telecom South Africa.

May 3, 2019

Liquid Telecom partners SITA in ECape broadband push

The organisations conclude an agreement to deliver broadband services in the Eastern Cape province.

Mar 1, 2019

Liquid Telecom, MTN ink 4G roaming deal

The deal includes LTE services to help satisfy the growing demand for high-speed mobile broadband in South Africa.


Govt eyes digital revolution in education

The state looks to overhaul the education system so that young South Africans are prepared for the fourth industrial revolution.

Dec 21, 2018

Liquid Telecom plans multi-billion rand 4G network in SA

The pan-African telecoms company plans to provide South African operators access to its wholesale roaming services starting early next year.


WCape on course to connect 6.6m residents

The provincial government inks a deal with Liquid Telecom SA to boost free public WiFi hotspots from 178 to 1 600.

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