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18 February 2012
Cairo, Egypt, February 18, 2012- The African Volleyball Confederation “CAVB” grated the organization of the 2012 Women’s African Club Championship to Kenya form March 27 to April 8, while Tunisia organizes the Men’s African Club Championship April 19 to 30. The decisions came during the CAVB Board of Administration meeting in Cairo, Egypt on Saturday.
The four age group Championships will be hosted by Nigeria for the Women’s Junior African Nations Championship August 15 to 21, while Morocco hosts the Men’s Junior August 25 to September 2.
Egypt was chosen to organize the Girls Youth championship September 5 to 12 and finally Burkina Faso will organize their first ever Continental Championship when they host the Boys Youth African Nations Championship October 3 to 11.
The board also decided to organize zonal qualifications for the first time during this year’s age group championships where the qualifiers from the zones are allowed to compete in the finals which act already as qualifiers for the corresponding FIVB World Championships.
There will be also zonal qualifications for the FIVB Youth and Junior Beach Volleyball World Championships as Africa has already acquired 6 vacancies in each of the competitions for both genders.
The seven zone presidents expressed their future projects to conduct the activity during the year 2012 after the considerable increase in the zonal allowance from both the FIVB and CAVB sides.
Cairo, Egypt, August 29, 2012- Internati
Entebbe, Uganda, May 7, 2012- Four pairs of Kenyan te
Niamey, Niger, April 1, 2012- The Niger Youth girls and boys teams is taking part in Zone 3 Afr
Windhoek, Namibia, March 30, 2012 – South Africa came out on top in all but one cat