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Cape TownThick Cloud12ºC/13ºC
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Tuesday, 21st November 2017

South Africa News Headlines | WRAP: English Premiership
A comprehensive wrap of all the collated matches, kick-off times, results and match reports for all the weekend English Premiership matches. | Izquierdo earns Brighton point in Stoke duel
Jose Izquierdo earned Brighton and Hove Albion a point as Chris Hughton's recorded a 2-2 draw against visitors Stoke on Monday. | Federer, Nadal set for repeat show in 2018?
Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal have dominated in 2017 but as the season ends there is a sense that the men's game is in a state of rare flux. | Pep: I will 'kill' complacent players
Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola has made it clear he won't allow his players to become complacent after extending their winning streak. | Cheika in hot water for swearing
Australia coach Michael Cheika's conduct during his side's defeat by England at Twickenham is under investigation after he appeared to mouth an obscenity. | West Brom axe manager Tony Pulis
West Bromwich Albion sacked manager Tony Pulis after a miserable run of form that has seen the Chinese-owned club slump to 17th in the Premier League table. | Guardiola plays down Champions League favourites tag
Pep Guardiola says Manchester City are still not among the favourites to win the Champions League despite their eye-catching form. | 'Spurs have big-game mentality' insists Eriksen
Christian Eriksen insists Tottenham Hotspur can bounce back from defeat at Arsenal with a key Champions League victory at Borussia Dortmund. | Klopp not concerned of Barca audition for Coutinho
Jurgen Klopp insisted Philippe Coutinho's mind is only on Liverpool ahead of his first appearance on Spanish soil since Barcelona tried to sign him in August. | Economic performance not just down to policy - IMF researcher
Although having the right policy is necessary in fixing economic problems, it is not the only factor that needs to be considered, says an IMF researcher.