some think that the zeitz mocaa has got it right, but others think it represents a partial, largely white male view of the african art scene. either way, there is a general agreement that the new museum is a significant and timely addition to the continent's cultural landscape. we now have a space that is "of an international standard" where we can have our work housed. it gives a clearer understanding of the fact that we can operate on the same level as places like the guggenheim, or the tate. yeah, it's an important moment for us. for those artists exhibiting in this museum, or the many other gallery spaces popping up in this city and beyond, this is definitely a moment. the world is paying attention. they have a voice. the energy is here. in fact, it is quite possible that they will become the new international ava nt—garde. will gompertz, bbc news, cape town. that's it.
now on bbc one, it's time for the news where you are. have a very good night. normal hello and welcome to sportsday — i'm hugh woozencroft. our headlines this evening. a step in the right direction — bournemouth get their first win of the season in the premier league. another super fight in las vegas as golovkin and alvarez get set to go toe to toe. and there are changes afoot in formula 1 as red bull dominate practice ahead of the singapore grand prix. good evening, lots to the come but we begin with the first game of the weekend in the premier, where bournemouth got their first
points of the season thanks to a 2—1 win over south coast rivals brighton and hove albion. bournemouth were largely on top in first half of few chances, before midfielder solly march put chirs hughton‘s side in front after the break. the bournemouth equaliser was somewhat of a rarity, andrew surman with his first premier league goal in over five and a half years. the winner came from a far more familiar goal—scorer, england's jermain defoe set up byjordon ibe, to hit the first goal of his second spell at the club and earn eddie howe's team a much needed victory. and emotions. relief is the biggest one. you want to get your victory as soon as possible. first game, second game. it is taken as longer. today was very important. the real achievement for the players was to go1—0 achievement for the players was to go 1—0 down and respond in the manner that we did, that was special. rangers missed the chance to go level on points at the top of the scottish premiership
after being held to a 2—2 draw at partick thistle. it started well when alfredo morelos but the glasgow side ahead inside 20 minutes. however thistle took the initiative after the break with goals from blair spittal. another from chris erskine put the jags deservedly ahead but received a straight red for a dangerous tackle just seven minutes later, allowing rangers to battle back for a equaliser through from graham dorrans...to move up to third in the table. officials at a partial say they took precautions to dry to prevent cologne fans from getting into home sections, but they failed, there was more than 2900 who made it into the
emirates stadium. there was severe congestion outside the ground. 15,000 is the estimate of the total number of cologne fans who made it to the stadium. police deciding to delay the kick—off for one hour to try and clear some of the stadium perimeter and then allow fans in. arsenal saying in a statement that they are disappointed because it seems that a number of tickets were sold to cologne fans by touts. they will conduct a review and say they will conduct a review and say they will try to learn any lessons from that. uefa have issued charges against both cologne and arsenal. for cologne that is because of crowd behaviour, because of the use of viruses in the stadium, and because of a cts viruses in the stadium, and because of acts of damage. arsenal have been charged because cologne fans blocked corridors and series in the away section. uefa will make the view on this and will hear the case next thursday and that is likely that both clubs will be charged, but in
the wider context lessons to be learned as far as arsenal are concerned about what happened here and the ticketing arrangements. the former professional footballers' association chairman clarke carlisle has been found safe and well in liverpool according to lancashire police. the 37—year—old former burnley and leeds united defender had been reported missing. we are nowjust over 2a hours away from what's been described as the fight of the decade. gennardy golovkin and saul alvarez both made the weight ahead of their middleweight title fight in las vegas tomorrow. thousands of supporters attended the event at the mgm grand. from where ade adedoyin reports. all the talking is done, both men weighed £160. the next time they see each other will be to settle their differences on saturday night. golovkin looks very chiselled, but the suggestion that alvarez made the weight slightly easier. the majority
of the support was for alvarez. no surprises because this fight is taking place on the weekend of mexico's independence day celebrations. the theme has been respect. neither man has engaged in trash talking. alvarez did point out that on saturday night golovkin will see through the reveal alvarez is. all building up to be a great fight and a great occasion. it's formula 1's singapore grand prix this weekend. mclaren‘s split from their engine partner honda has been confirmed. they they will use renault engines next season. red bull who are expected to switch away from renault next year had a great practice session on the track. tom clarkson has more from singapore. driver contracts, engine contracts,
but once the cars went out today, practice did not disappointed. red bull is fastest. daniel riccardo half a second faster than anybody else. lewis hamilton, who has struggled here for the last two yea rs struggled here for the last two years was third fastest. his main championship rival sebastian vettel backin championship rival sebastian vettel back in 11th place. sebastian vettel did not string together a complete lap in the second practice session, so there is more to come from him and his ferrari, but we have an intriguing prospect for the grand prix on sunday afternoon. northampton made it two wins from two at home this season with a 211—6 bonus—point victory over bath. after some quick hands, george north secured the bonus point with the fourth try five minutes from time, and injuries meant bath finished with 1a men. the victory lifts northants up to fourth in the aviva premiership table. in the evening's other matches, denny solomona got two tries as sale beat london irish 36—7. number eight sam simmonds also scored twice as defending champions exeter got a bonus point win
by seven wickets at taunton. it's a fantastic result for a side that was tipped as potential relegation candidates at the start of the season, having been promoted from division two last year. it isa it is a proud moment. and a privilege to shave it with everyone at the club. it is a great club. it isa at the club. it is a great club. it is a special day. russia's olympic boss and ioc member alexander zhukov has told the bbc he expects russia will be allowed to take part at next year's winter games in pyeongchang. his words come after 17 national anti—doping agencies called for the country to be banned from competing. britain's lizzie yarnold is hoping to defend her skeleton at next year's games. i have always said that anyone found doping should have the harshest
sanctions put against them. i look forward to competing in my second winter olympic games and i want to do so with the mindset that i know that i am competing against a level playing field. the fifth and final women's golf major of the year has got underway a day late today in france. with south korea's park sung—hyun has a two shot lead after her first round of the evian championship. she's already won the women's us open this year. her 63 puts her two ahead of thailand's kid and jutanugarn. that is all for now. coming up in a moment, the papers. hello and welcome to our look ahead
to what the the papers will be bringing us tomorrow. with me are sian griffiths, sunday times education editor and jessica elgot, political correspondent at the guardian. the i which carries a picture of a passenger caught up in today's attack on the london underground declaring it was a lucky escape. the daily mail says the prime minister will call for internet companies to clamp down on extremists online, the paper claims the web providers have blood on their hands. the mirror shows a large picture of the device burning, which the paper says it's thought was made using an explosive material called the mother of satan. the sun says police are hunting for the bomber fearing more devices might be planted.
the times leads with what it calls the power struggle between senior aides at buckingham palace and clarence house, the prince of wales's official residence. writing in tomorrow's telegraph, the foreign secretary says the uk will take £350m a week from the eu to fund the nhs, all of a key pledge of the leave campaign in last year's referendum. the ft leads with the news that the pound climbed to its highest level since the referendum, following hints from the bank of england an interest rate rise might be on the cards sooner rather than later. the guardian focuses on the hunt for the london underground bomber, repeating the prime minister's comic that the attack was cowardly. —— the prime minister's comment that the attack
was cowardly. tha nkfully was cowardly. thankfully there were no fatalities. 29 people injured. it could have been so much worse. this was a time bomb placed on a packed rush—hour train heading towards westminster. it partially detonated but did not com pletely it partially detonated but did not completely dead meat, had done so we would have probably hundreds dead. —— did not com pletely completely detonate. there are troops on the streets today. the terror threat level has been raised to critical, but nonetheless, the headline lucky escape does sum up the feeling at what happened this morning. this specific image highlights the kinds of injuries
that thankfully in most cases were not too serious. namely facial injuries because of this flame effect. the passengers who were giving the first eyewitness account said that they saw a flea movement across the carriage. they did not feel like they heard a bang or a massive explosion. it was a wall of flame. it seems that police said there are not likely to be fatalities. we can be grateful for that. but there are still a lot of unknowns about this attack. we have not had any description of who we might be expecting the perpetrator to be. we have not had any indication of that the police believe he was on the train at the time or if he came off the chain. it seems it was on a timer device that there is a lot that is not clear. cctv, it is very extensive, both on the stations and on those streams,