Aureus Mining Inc. – Directors Dealing (PR Newswire)


TORONTO, March 31, 2015 /CNW/ – Aureus Mining Inc. (“Aureus” or the “Company”), the TSX (AUE) and AIM (AUE) listed exploration and development company focused on gold in sub-Saharan Africa, announces that it was notified on 31 March 2015 by Non-Executive Director Karin Ireton, that Ms Ireton acquired 35,000 common shares for an average consideration of £0.24 per common share on 31 March 2015. 

Following the purchase Ms Ireton now owns 35,000 common shares in the Company.

About Aureus Mining Inc.

The Company’s assets include the New Liberty gold deposit in Liberia (the “New Liberty Gold Project,” “New Liberty” or the “Project”), which has an estimated proven and probable mineral reserve of 8.5 Mt with 924,000 ounces of gold grading 3.4 g/t and an estimated measured and indicated mineral resource of 9,796 Kt with 1,143,000 ounces of gold grading 3.63 g/t and an estimated inferred mineral resource of 5,730 Kt with 593,000 ounces of gold grading 3.2 g/t. A Definitive Feasibility Study (“DFS”) has been completed on the Project and construction is well progressed. The Project is expected to have an 8 year mine life and annual production of 119,000 ounces for the first 6 years of production. The Company has financed the Project’s equity and debt funding requirement. The foregoing mineral reserve and mineral resource estimates and additional information in connection therewith are set out in the Company’s technical report dated March 25, 2015 and entitled “New Liberty Gold Project, Bea Mountain Mining Licence Southern Block, Liberia, West Africa, Definitive Project Plan.”

The New Liberty Gold Project is located within the Southern Block of the 100% owned Bea Mountain mining licence. This licence covers 457 km² and has a 25 year, renewable, mineral development agreement. The Northern Block of the Bea Mountain mining license also hosts additional gold projects of Ndablama, Gondoja and Weaju, which are the focus of exploration programs during 2015. Ndablama has an indicated mineral resource of 386,000 ounces of gold grading 1.6 g/t and inferred mineral resource of 515,000 ounces of gold grading 1.7g/t and Weaju has an inferred mineral resource of 178,000 ounces of gold grading 2.1 g/t. The Archaen Gold exploration licence, which covers 89 km², is also a focus of exploration for 2015, with Leopard Rock being the main target. The Yambesei (759 km2), Archaen West (112.6 km2), Mabong (36.6 km2) and Mafa West (15.6 km2) licences will also be subject to preliminary reconnaissance geological work. The foregoing mineral resource estimates and additional information in connection therewith are set out in the Company’s technical report dated December 1, 2014 and entitled “Ndablama and Weaju Gold Projects, Bea Mountain Mining Licence, Northern Block, Technical Report on Mineral Resources” (“Ndablama and Weaju Technical Report 2014”).

The Company also has a gold exploration permit in Cameroon.

Qualified Persons

The Company’s Qualified Person is David Reading, who holds a MSc in Economic Geology from University of Waterloo, Canada and is a Fellow of the Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining. David Reading is the President and CEO of Aureus Mining Inc. and has reviewed and approves this press release.

Forward Looking Statements

Certain information in this news release relating to Aureus is forward-looking and related to anticipated events and strategies. When used in this context, words such as “will”, “anticipate”, “believe”, “plan”, “intend”, “target” and “expect” or similar words suggest future outcomes. Forward-looking information contained in this press release includes, but may not be limited to, statements or information relating to: the New Liberty Gold Project (including the quantity and quality of mineral resource and mineral reserve estimates), the potential to upgrade inferred mineral resources, opportunities to optimize the New Liberty Gold Project, the ability of the Company to develop the New Liberty Gold Project into a mine and the proposed new plans relating thereto regarding operations and mine design, future gold production, and future cash flows, the expected mine life of the New Liberty Gold Project, progress in the fight against Ebola and the anticipated exploration and development activities of Aureus. By their nature, such statements are subject to significant risks and uncertainties that may cause actual results or events to differ materially from current expectations, including: risks normally incidental to exploration and development of mineral properties; the inability of the Company to obtain required financing when needed and/or on acceptable terms or at all; risks that the cost of implementing the new mine plan at the New Liberty Gold Project  and the operating cash costs of the New liberty Gold Project exceed those estimated in the new mine plan; uncertainties in the interpretation of results from drilling and test work; the possibility that future exploration, development or mining results will not be consistent with expectations; regulatory and government decisions; the possibility that future drawdowns under the loan facilities may not be available; construction of the New Liberty Gold Project being delayed and/ or over budget; economic conditions; availability and cost of financing; estimates of capital and operating costs and start-up costs; plans regarding construction activities; risks related to the Ebola crisis; and future unforeseen liabilities and other factors including, but not limited to, those listed under “Risk Factors” in the Company’s Annual Information Form dated March 26, 2015, a copy of which is available on SEDAR at, and in the Aureus Mining Admission Document, a copy of which is available at www.aureus– Readers are cautioned not to place undue reliance on forward-looking information as actual results could differ materially from the plans, expectations, estimates or intentions expressed in the forward-looking information. Forward-looking information speaks only as of the date on which it is made and, except as may be required by applicable law, Aureus disclaims any obligation to update or modify such forward-looking information, either as a result of new information, future events or for any other reason.

With respect to forward looking information contained in this news release, assumptions have been made regarding, among other things: general business, economic and mining industry conditions; interest rates and foreign exchange rates; mineral resource and mineral reserve estimates; geological and metallurgical assumptions (including with respect to the size, grade and recoverability of mineral resources and mineral reserves) and cost estimates on which the mineral resource and mineral reserve estimates are based; the parameters and assumptions employed in the New Liberty Technical Report, (including but not limited to, those relating to construction, future mining and operating costs, processing and recovery rates, net present values and internal rates of return, timing for the commencement of production, tax and royalty rates, future gold prices, metallurgical rates, pit design, operations and management, grades, the base case analysis and the proposed budget for further exploration plans and objectives); the supply and demand for commodities and precious and base metals and the level and volatility of the prices of gold; market competition; the ability of the Company to raise sufficient funds from capital markets and/or debt to meet its future obligations and planned activities; the business of the Company including the continued exploration of its properties; the political environments and legal and regulatory frameworks in Liberia and Cameroon with respect to, among other things, the ability of the Company to obtain, maintain, renew and/or extend required permits, licences, authorizations and/or approvals from the appropriate regulatory authorities and the ability of the Company to continue to obtain qualified staff and equipment in a timely and cost-efficient manner to meet its demand. Assumptions used in the preparation of such information, although considered reasonable by Aureus at the time of preparation, may prove to be incorrect.

Any mineral resource and mineral reserve figures referred to in this press release are estimates and no assurances can be given that the indicated levels of minerals will be produced. Such estimates are expressions of judgment based on knowledge, mining experience, analysis of drilling results and industry practices. Valid estimates made at a given time may significantly change when new information becomes available. While the Company believes that the mineral resource and mineral reserve estimates in respect of its properties are well established, by their nature mineral resource and mineral reserve estimates are imprecise and depend, to a certain extent, upon statistical inferences which may ultimately prove unreliable. If such mineral resource and mineral reserve estimates are inaccurate or are reduced in the future, this could have a material adverse impact on the Company. Due to the uncertainty that may be attached to inferred mineral resources, it cannot be assumed that all or any part of an inferred mineral resource will be upgraded to an indicated or measured mineral resource as a result of continued exploration. Mineral resources that are not mineral reserves do not have demonstrated economic viability.

SOURCE Aureus Mining Inc.

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Salone Awaits Opponents in Chan

The Sierra Leone home-based national team will know their opponents in the fourth edition of the African Nations Championship (CHAN) qualifiers on Sunday when the Confederation of African Football (CAF) conducts the draw at their headquarters in Cairo, Egypt.

Sierra Leone is pooled in Zone West A, which comprises of Gambia, Guinea, Guinea Bissau, Liberia, Mali, Mauritania and Senegal. Only two teams will qualify from the West Area Zone A for the finals in Rwanda next year.

Already, Rwanda has secured the first qualifying ticket as host nation whilst 42 others will battle for the remaining spots.

According to CAF, there will be two rounds each in the qualifiers except for the Northern Zone, where the three teams will play each other on a round-robin basis with the top two qualifying for the tournament.

The qualifiers will start from the weekend of 19-21 June through to 28-30 August 2015 where 15 teams will emerge to join host Rwanda for the finals, which will play from 16 January to 7 February 2016.

Previous winners of the CHAN – a tournament designed exclusively for footballers playing in their domestic leagues – are DR Congo (2009), Tunisia (2011) and Libya (2014).

How the teams are pooled:

*Northern Zone (2 spots) – Libya, Morocco, Tunisia

*Zone West A (2 spots) – Gambia, Guinea, Guinea Bissau, Liberia, Mali, Mauritania, Senegal, Sierra Leone

*Zone West B (3 spots) – Burkina Faso, Côte d’Ivoire, Ghana, Niger, Nigeria, Togo

*Central Zone (3 spots) – Cameroon, Central African Republic, Congo, Chad, DR Congo, Gabon

*Central-East Zone (3 including hosts) – Burundi, Djibouti, Ethiopia, Kenya, Sudan, Tanzania, Uganda

*Southern Zone (3 spots) – Angola, Botswana, Comoros, Mauritius, Lesotho, Mozambique, Namibia, Seychelles, South Africa, Swaziland, Zambia, Zimbabwe

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ECAir, Equatorial Congo Airlines, is continuing to expand its network (African Press Organization)

BRAZZAVILLE, Republic of the Congo, March 31, 2015/African Press Organization (APO)/ — ECAir, Equatorial Congo Airlines (, is continuing to expand its network. After Libreville (beginning of February), the national airline of the Republic of the Congo has just launched a route between Brazzaville and Dakar via Bamako (end of March).


Photo 1 : (Beyina-Moussa, Managing Director of ECAir and President of the African Airlines Association (AFRAA)

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Flights to Bamako and Dakar are operated on Boeing 757-200 with a capacity of 148 seats (16 in Business Class and 132 in Economy); after 1 June, they will be on Boeing 737-700 (12 seats in Business Class and 112 seats in Economy). These two new destinations will round off the service offering of Equatorial Congo Airlines, which already provides services to and from Cotonou (Benin), Douala (Cameroon), Libreville (Gabon) and Kinshasa (DRC) as part of its regional network.

Equatorial Congo Airlines now connects Brazzaville to eleven destinations:

_ Domestic network: Pointe-Noire and Ollombo.

_ Regional network: Kinshasa (river shuttle), Libreville, Douala, Cotonou, Bamako, Dakar.

_ International network: Paris, Dubai, Brussels (connecting from Paris).

The new Brazzaville-Dakar route via Bamako offers new opportunities to business and leisure travellers from Senegal and Mali, who will be able to connect easily with the ECAir network via its Brazzaville hub, in particular for destinations such as Paris, Dubai, Kinshasa and Cotonou…

“The new routes (Libreville, Dakar, Bamako) are the fulfilment of our efforts to connect the African economic capitals with each other and with the rest of the world,” says Fatima Beyina-Moussa, Managing Director of ECAir and President of the African Airlines Association (AFRAA). “We are going to continue our expansion with the opening of the next destinations (Yaounde, Abidjan, Bangui, N’Djamena and Beirut). All of this is possible because with Maya-Maya, we have one of the most modern airports in Africa, with a high handling capacity. We are thus benefiting from the vision demonstrated by the President of the Republic, His Excellency Denis Sassou Nguesso, and his government, when they made significant investments in the construction and modernisation of the country’s airport infrastructure.”

To draw new passengers, ECAir is focusing on its African identity, its attractive rates, its reliable planes meeting international standards, and its dynamic, qualified and able personnel. In addition, the company boasts one of the best customer loyalty programs in Africa, “Mbote,” with close to 30,000 members.

Take advantage of the low prices offered by ECAir:

Brazzaville-Bamako: from XAF 263,000 (EUR 400) return ticket, all taxes included.

Brazzaville-Dakar: from XAF 382,000 (EUR 582) return ticket, all taxes included.

Brazzaville-Paris: from XAF 450,000 (EUR 686) return ticket, all taxes included.

Distributed by APO (African Press Organization) on behalf of ECAir (Equatorial Congo Airlines).

ECAir Communication & Public Relations contacts:

Nicolas Negoce

+242 06 510 30 23

About ECAir:

ECAir, Equatorial Congo Airlines (, the national airline of the Republic of the Congo, was created in 2011 and employs over 500 people. In 2014, the airline transported about 400 000 passengers. ECAir operates up to 144 weekly flights from Brazzaville (Republic of the Congo) to Paris CDG, Dubai, Cotonou, Douala, Libreville, Bamako, Dakar, Pointe-Noire and Ollombo. Equatorial Congo Airlines, which has a fleet of 7 aircraft, also created a river shuttle for passengers travelling from or to Kinshasa (Democratic Republic of the Congo) and also a shuttle between Paris CDG and Brussels. ECAir is the first Congolese airline to connect the continent directly to the Middle East, with daily flights to Dubai and Europe as well as a daily flight to Paris. For more information, visit or telephone +(33) 01 78 77 78 77 or +(242) 06 509 05 09. Our head office is located opposite Maya-Maya Airport in Brazzaville, Republic of the Congo.

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Boko Haram ‘weakened’ but still committing ‘horrendous’ acts, says UN regional envoy

30 March 2015 – As the Security Council met this morning to discuss threats to international peace and security caused by terrorism, top United Nations officials briefed the 15-member body on the impact of Boko Haram in Nigeria and beyond, warning of the group’s intensified violence and brutality.

“Though weakened, the group continues to commit horrendous acts against civilians, including against women and children,” said Mohamed Ibn Chambas, the Special Representative of the Secretary-General and Head of the UN Office for West Africa (UNOWA). “Boko Haram’s recent allegiance to the Islamic State for Iraq and the Levant (ISIL), whether for publicity reasons or to tap into ISIL’s support, is also of concern as it is gives a clear signal that Boko Haram’s agenda goes well beyond Nigeria.”

Mr. Chambas, who was joined in the Council by Assistant Secretary-General Kyung Wha-Kang of the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs, outlined reports of the abduction, abuse, recruiting, maiming and killing of children, saying schools in the country’s north-east and in areas of Cameroon and Niger targeted by Boko Haram no longer safe places of learning, with many attacked, looted, and destroyed.

“In 2014, the group also commenced using young girls as suicide bombers for attacks in populated urban areas,” he said. “We have also observed an alarming trend of children being used by the group as human shields.”

Ms Kang described the humanitarian needs arising from Boko Haram attacks, saying that more than 7,300 civilians had been killed by Boko Haram since the beginning of 2014 in the three ‘state of emergency’ States, including 1,000 people this year alone.

As many as three million people in northern Nigeria would not be able to meet their basic food needs after July 2015 without humanitarian aid and the work of Federal and State authorities was not enough to meet those needs.

“The humanitarian situation in north-east Nigeria and in the conflict-affected areas in neighbouring countries remains dire,” said Ms. Kang. “The conflict continues to have a devastating impact on women, children and young people, as well as on many others who have been traumatized by violence. Additional funding to address the acute humanitarian needs of those affected by the conflict is urgently needed.”

She said Boko Haram’s activities had created tens of thousands of refugees, returnees and internally displaced people in Chad, Cameroon and Niger, with schools and health services badly affected, and frequent reports of gross human rights violations.

Mr. Chambas stressed the issue of human rights abuses, pointing to evaluation missions launched by the Office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) that visited the Far North region of Cameroon and the Diffa region of Niger. Both found human rights abuses, including indiscriminate killing of civilians, abductions and forcible recruitment of civilians into combat.

Since Boko Haram attacks in Diffa in February, Mr. Chambas said schools in the region remained closed, depriving children of the right to be educated.

“The local economy in the Diffa region is also being negatively affected by a continuing State of Emergency,” he said. “In response to these and other concerns, the United Nations is in the process of scaling up its presence and operations in Nigeria, Niger and Cameroon.”

Mr. Chambas commended the response of the Lake Chad Basin Commission countries, notably the joint regional offensive, which involved troops from all four countries and which resulted in the recapture of several key towns in north-east Nigeria.

“At the beginning of the year, Boko Haram controlled some 20 local governmental districts in the three north-eastern states in Nigeria,” he said. “Today, Boko Haram holds only a few areas in Borno State. Moreover, according to reports by the Nigerian Army, on 27 March, Boko Haram’s headquarters in Gwoza was captured.”

Stressing UN support for such efforts, he underlined that counter-insurgency operations must be free from human rights violations.

“This is not only an absolutely vital principle, but also an effective strategy,” he said. “Communities which believe that their Government seeks to protect them are far more likely to cooperate with the authorities, and far less likely to support insurgent groups.”

He also reiterated the Secretary-General’s message that a military approach alone would not suffice in containing the Boko Haram threat, and stressed the international community’s obligation to help the countries of the region to address the social, economic and political challenges associated with Boko Haram.

Both Mr. Chambas and Ms Kang made reference to general elections that took place in Nigeria over the previous weekend. Mr. Chambas said that the observation mission by the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) had noted only “pockets of incidents and logistical challenges,” with the elections passing the test as “free and transparent.”

Ms. Kang added that despite reports of suspected Boko Haram attacks in Yobe, Gombe and Borno States, no additional humanitarian needs had so far emerged as a result of the election.

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Nigeria Election Winner Is…

It’s still too soon to tell. Some news reports suggest that the results will be released today. Others suggest that final results will be announced on Tuesday. In either case, the election was largely peaceful, except for a few instances. In one notable incident, election commission headquarters were torched in the heavily disputed Rivers state. Voting was also extended in some districts by one day after election-technology related glitches were reported. Here are a few #NigeriaDecides resources to follow today and tomorrow. 

Overview: Voters unable to cast their ballot because of technical problems in Nigeria’s general election returned to the polls on Sunday, as the main parties traded blows over the use of the technology. (AFP 

Reports of Violence: Thousands of supporters of Nigeria’s main opposition party on Sunday demonstrated in the oil-rich state of Rivers, calling for the cancellation of elections locally because of alleged irregularities. (AFP 

Up to the Moment Live Updates (This Day

Australia To Join Asia Infrastructure Dev Bank…The China-led rival to the World Bank gets another western country to join its ranks. The USA is still on the outside looking in. “The Beijing-based bank was launched late last year and is designed to help finance development projects like road, rail and power infrastructure in the rapidly growing Asian region. More than 20 countries have signed on as founding members. In the past month, major Western powers including Britain, France, Germany and Italy have also announced their intention to join. Australia had resisted joining, but a joint statement from Prime Minister Tony Abbott, Foreign Affairs Minister Julie Bishop and Treasurer Joe Hockey said the Government would sign the MOU that would allow Australia to participate as a prospective founding member.” (ABC Online 

Is a Ground Invasion of Yemen Near? Arab leaders ­announced Sunday that they would form a joint military force to intervene in neighboring states grappling with armed insurgencies. It is a dramatic step to quell the unrest that has broken out in the wake of the region’s uprisings, but some analysts warned it could exacerbate the conflicts that have polarized countries and left hundreds of thousands dead. (WaPo

Iran Nuke Talks Down to the Wire: 


The West African countries hit hardest by Ebola are ramping up efforts to eradicate the deadly disease using lockdowns, restrictions on burials and a warning to survivors about the potential dangers of unprotected sex. (AP 

Residents of eastern Cameroon killed several suspected fighters from a Central African Republic rebel group who were trying to carry out a large-scale kidnapping, a local official said Sunday. (AP

Guinea’s President Alpha Conde has declared a 45-day “health emergency” in five regions in the west and southwest of the Ebola-hit nation in a bid to stem the spread of the deadly disease. (VOA 

A bucketload of human excrement flung at a statue has toppled a symbol of British imperialism in South Africa, marking the emergence of a new generation of black protest against white oppression. (AFP 

The head of the UN’s Ebola fighting force on Sunday warned against complacency as the battle against the disease entered its final lap while also hailing Guinea for tightening surveillance. (AFP

Mozambique’s President Filipe Nyusi was elected head of the ruling party Frelimo on Sunday, allaying fears his predecessor was planning to cling to power behind the scenes. (AFP 

A fifth Kenyan minister has temporarily stepped down over a probe by the country’s anti-corruption commission, leaving the cabinet without more than a quarter of its members, the presidency announced Sunday. (AFP 

Liberian authorities are urging Ebola survivors to refrain from unprotected sex beyond the recommended 90 days, after the country’s first Ebola death in more than a month. (VOA 


Yemeni fighters loyal to the Saudi-backed President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi clashed with Iranian-allied Houthi fighters on Sunday in Aden, the absent leader’s last major foothold in the country. (Reuters 

United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees needs around $415 million, of which $250 million would fund its cash program — which provides cash distributions for roughly half a million Palestinian refugees affected by the war in Syria. (AP


Tunisian forces killed nine militants during a raid in a southern region as part of crackdown following the attack on the Tunis Bardo museum that targeted foreign tourists, an interior ministry official said on Sunday. (Reuters


The Dutch city of Amsterdam on Sunday donated 500 second-hand bicycles for Syrian refugees to use in the huge Zaatari refugee camp in northern Jordan. (AFP


 Over a dozen debt-laden farmers have committed suicide in recent weeks in India, and discontent in many rural areas against government policies is turning into anger against Prime Minister Narendra Modi less than a year after he swept into office. (Reuters 

India’s upstart Common Man’s Party was seen by many as a breath of fresh air in the chaotic, corruption-tainted world of Indian politics. Now, however, with its top leaders spending the weekend slugging it out in public, it seems the party that promised to transform India’s political landscape is more likely to bring disappointment to millions of Indians despairing of their politicians. (AP

Book publishers and authors are warning that censorship is increasing in Hong Kong. They say bookstores are returning books connected to authors who have been involved in the recent pro-democracy protests. (VOA 

The Americas 

The indigenous Aymara women in Bolivia have centuries of experience of knitting and weaving distinctive woollen hats, sweaters and blankets. Now, they are applying their expertise to a hi-tech medical product – which is used to seal up a “hole in the heart” which some babies are born with. (BBC 

…and the rest

The growing numbers of Britons turning to food banks run by charities to get by has become a key political issue weeks from a May 7 general election. (AFP


Improving the odds for progress in Nigeria (ODI

Africa’s political event of the decade? Nigeria goes to the polls (Guardian

The west is trying to understand China, but don’t expect trust (Guardian

Can You Live on Less than $1.50 a Day? (Center for Financial Inclusion 

1/4 of the world’s people already subject to large annual wealth tax to tackle poverty. Has anyone told Piketty? (From Poverty to Power 

UK passes bill to honour pledge of 0.7% foreign aid target, and a note on SDGs (An Africanist Perspective 

Nigeria: What is to be done? (Africa is a Country 

politics in everything: trees in Africa (Haba na Haba 

A Note on Trends in Armed Conflict (Dart Throwing Chimp 

“politically robust” experimental design in democracies and a plea for more experience sharing (Heather Lanthorn



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Senegal, The Philippines, And Uruguay Make Major Strides Towards Universal Access To Reproductive Health

– Global Leaders Council for Reproductive Health honors innovative leadership WASHINGTON, March 30, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — The Global Leaders Council for Reproductive Health and the Aspen Institute announced today the winners of the 2015 Resolve Award, which recognizes countries that are making landmark progress towards the goal of universal access to reproductive health. This year’s […]

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National Basketball Coach Weighs Up African Title Race Opponents

The coach of the Angolan national senior men’s basketball team, the Spaniard Moncho Lopez, is already studying data relating to squads that he considers the main opponents of Angola in the race for the African title of Afrobasket2015, namely Tunisia, Nigeria and Senegal.

This was said to Angop on Saturday in Luanda by the coach himself, highlighting that he is aware of the difficulties to be faced in his first mission in Africa, as the competition will be played a territory that he considers hostile.

The winner of the event will qualify the only African team for Rio de Janeiro2016 Olympic Games.

According to him, all elements of the national team know that Tunisia is a strong squad and playing at home makes it an added-value, thus requiring greater attention and redouble of efforts to play the final.

The draw of Afrobasket2015 is set for 4 April in Tunis, while the tournament will take place on 19-30 August in the Tunisian cities of Nabeul and Hammamet.

The championship will count on the participation of Tunisia (host), Angola (defending champion), Morocco, Mali, Cabo Verde, Côte d’Ivoire, Cameroon, Gabon, Egypt, Uganda, Zimbabwe and Mozambique. Other teams will be invited in order to complete the 16 participants in the event.

The winner of the event will qualify the only African team for Rio de Janeiro2016 Olympic Games.

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