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Clarke vying with Jimenez for captain's role, say top duo
Clarke of Northern Ireland chips onto the 17th green during the third day of practice for the 96th PGA Championship at Valhalla Golf Club in LouisvilleBy Matt Smith DUBAI (Reuters) - The captain of the European side that will defend the Ryder Cup against the United States in Minnesota in 2016 will be Darren Clarke or Miguel Angel Jimenez, two stalwarts of the team said on Tuesday. World number two Henrik Stenson and sixth-ranked Sergio Garcia both believe it will be a straight fight between the Northern Irishman and the Spaniard over who replaces 2014 skipper Paul McGinley. "Most likely we're going to see a race between Darren and Miguel," Stenson told reporters on Tuesday ahead of this week's Dubai Desert Classic. I don't have to put any thought into it, I just have to wait like everybody else until the result comes out." The captain used to be decided by the players but it is now down to a five-man panel that includes former skippers McGinley, Jose Maria Olazabal and Colin Montgomerie.

New England Patriots owner defends Brady, Belichick
New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft walks off stage after speaking during the New England Patriots Media Availability on January 26, 2015 in ChandlerNew England Patriots owner Robert Kraft defiantly defended his team, coach Bill Belichick and quarterback Tom Brady on Monday as they opened Super Bowl week amid the football deflating controversy. Kraft said that if the NFL's investigation into the affair clears the Patriots of wrongdoing, the league will owe the team, and in particular Brady and Belichick, an apology.


IMF's Lagarde warns African economies of headwinds from China, U.S
IMF Managing Director Lagarde talks with Rwanda's Bank Governor Rwangombwa and Rwanda's Finance Minister Gatete at the Ministry of Finance Building in KigaliInternational Monetary Fund head Christine Lagarde has warned that African economies could be hurt by a slowdown in China's economy and an imminent hike in United States interest rates. Lagarde, speaking on Tuesday on a visit to Rwanda, said IMF's global economic forecasts have been revised down over the past few months despite a huge fall in oil prices. Lagarde called for "vigilance" across Africa and added this slower growth has implications for a continent that is now more integrated into the global economy than ever before. "Momentum is slowing in many advanced and emerging economies, including China — one of Africa’s main trading partners," Lagarde told Rwandan lawmakers in the capital Kigali.

S.Africa's rand weakens for 3rd day on power crunch
New South African bank notes featuring an image of former South African President Nelson Mandela are displayed at an office in JohannesburgSouth Africa's rand weakened against the U.S. dollar for the third straight session on Tuesday, pressured by concerns over the damage persistent electricity blackouts will have on a stuttering economy. South Africa's troubled power utility Eskom said on Tuesday it had widened power outages and there would be rolling blackouts for a second day in a row. "Eskom blackouts are proving a regular problem," said Bart Stemmet, an analyst at NKC Independent Economists. The currency had rallied to 7 week highs last week after the European Central Bank said it would buy 60 billion euro ($67.28 billion) worth of assets each month to try and stimulate growth in the euro zone.

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