Mark Taylor, MD of Nashua Mobile, is moving to Vodacom and industry veteran Chris Scoble, previously MD of Nashua Office Automation, takes his place at Nashua Mobile from today.
Graham Rhodes, currently financial director of Nashua, succeeds Scoble as MD of Nashua Office Automation.
Taylor has decided to join Vodacom on 1 December.
Scoble has been with Nashua for 23 years. Rhodes became financial director of Nashua in 1991, and general manager in 2005.
"Our depth of management stood us well in making these changes which will have minimum impact on staff and customers," comments Reunert chief executive Gerrit Pretorius. "We thank Mark for his years of loyal service in building Nashua Mobile into a strong performer and well recognised brand in the telecommunications industry. We wish him well in his future career."