A Namibian court denied the
former Minister of Fisheries Bernhardt Esau bail on Sunday,
following his arrest on Saturday alongside a former senior
manager of investment firm Investec on charges of corruption.
Saudi Aramco met investors in
Dubai on Sunday to market its initial public offering (IPO),
after trying to secure demand from Kuwait's sovereign wealth
fund for the deal, worth up to $25.6 billion, which relies
heavily on local and regional buyers.
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Creditors of Abu Dhabi-based Al
Jaber Group are considering enforcing claims against the owners
of the group after delays in executing a restructuring
agreement, the latest in a long-running debt dispute, two
sources familiar with the matter said.
Scotland's first minister, Nicola
Sturgeon, said on Sunday the Scottish National Party would only
ever enter into a "less formal arrangement" to support a
minority government formed by the main opposition Labour Party.
British finance minister Sajid
Javid said on Sunday the governing Conservative Party would
deliver a "very detailed costings document" at the launch of its
election manifesto, promising to lower the country's debt.