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South African IT billionaire Mark Shuttleworth says he intends to put a sum of R250 million into a trust to address constitutional rights of African citizens
Mark Shuttleworth has succeeded in his R250 million court battle against the South African Reserve Bank
The Supreme Court of Appeal is expected to hear an appeal by billionaire businessman Mark Shuttleworth against a R250 million levy imposed by the SA Reserve Bank
South Africans are behind some of the world’s greatest inventions, but some local inventions are simply off the wall
South African billionaire Mark Shuttleworth has turned his sights to islands in the chain of São Tomé and Príncipe, where he will build eco-friendly resorts
Ubuntu’s first true mobile release paves the way for full device convergence
Shuttleworth will seek leave to appeal the July 2013 ruling of a North Gauteng High Court Judge
Canonical has launched the largest crowd funding campaign in history, asking for US$32 million in 30 days to fund their Ubuntu-powered smartphone concept – Ubuntu Edge.
The High Court in Pretoria’s decision to declare certain sections of the Currency and Exchanges Act unconstitutional opens a door for a parliamentary review of the country’s “antiquated” exchange control system, the DA said on Sunday.