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Shuttleworth loses R250m exit charge case in ConCourt

The Constitutional Court has handed down judgment against South African billionaire entrepreneur Mark Shuttleworth over a R250-million exit charge.

Concourt asked to set aside exit fee ruling in Shuttleworth’s favour

The Reserve Bank and the finance minister have asked the Constitutional Court to overturn a ruling on exit fee charges for capital leaving SA.

Concourt to hear Reserve Bank vs Shuttleworth case

A case about exchange controls has the South African Reserve Bank squaring up against entrepreneur Mark Shuttleworth.

Mark Shuttleworth wins landmark case against Reserve Bank

The SCA ordered the Reserve Bank to pay R250m to the billionaire who plans to use the money to support constitutional court cases against the state.

Shuttleworth wins some, loses some in court

Billionaire entrepreneur Mark Shuttleworth's bid to have South Africa's entire exchange control system declared unconstitutional has failed.

Arms procurement commission offices in flames

Staff at the arms procurement commission offices in Pretoria arrived at work, only to be told their building was on fire.

Gauntlett: Shuttleworth bid could be devastating for SA

Mark Shuttleworth's bid to have SA's exchange control declared unconstitutional could have a devastating effect on the country, says Jeremy Gauntlett.

Shuttleworth in court over SA exchange controls

Billionaire entrepreneur Mark Shuttleworth has taken government to court to have the country's exchange control system declared unconstitutional.

Rewards of risk capital

Properly funded small businesses have a huge impact on growth and employment, writes <b>Gareth Stokes</b>.

Venturing with dragon slayers

Barrie Terblanche questions whether Mark Shuttleworth's HBD Venture Capital company is selling out

Open source is the business

South African IT entrepreneur and the world's first "Afronaut" Mark Shuttleworth takes ten tough ones from the <i>M&G Online</i>.

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