British lawmaker Peter Hain
will tell an inquiry on Monday that corruption under South
Africa's former president Jacob Zuma was enabled by
international banks, corporations and governments which should
now seek to recover the loot they helped launder.
About 180,000 customers in California
could find themselves in the dark as Pacific Gas & Electric
warned that an upcoming "strong offshore wind event"
could prompt the bankrupt power producer to yet again shut off
power in some areas.
Australian shares are likely to open
little changed on Monday, with rising oil prices expected to
buoy energy stocks, while an expected decline in gold stocks,
owing to weaker bullion, may cap gains.
The local share price index futures ...
HP Inc said on Sunday it was open
to exploring a bid for U.S. printer maker Xerox Corp
after rebuffing a $33.5 billion cash-and-stock acquisition offer
from the latter as "significantly" undervaluing the personal