• 2019 African Individual Championships (Tunis, Tunisia)

    This has been an outstanding year for African chess thus far. With successful subzonals held, new zone format and the groundbreaking Grand Chess Tour held in Abidjan, there is hope that this just may be the “African Century.” The momentum continues in Tunis, Tunisia where the 2019 African Individual is…

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  • Baku 2016: The Africans are Coming!

    >Today the 2016 Olympiad games will officially open with the Opening Ceremonies with 181 teams representing 176 countries. Many of these countries represent the best that each country has to offer. Within the last decade that generally meant a permanent balance of power tilting to Western Europe and North America.…

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  • 2016 Africa Chess Calendar is out!

    African continental President Lewis Ncube and African Chess Confederation the has released the chess calendar for the 2016 year. It encompasses all the major events, but may include others that have yet to be posted. A number of young federations are being thrust into organizing events in order to get…

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  • 2013 African Junior Championships (Tiaret, Algeria)

    The 2013 African Junior Championships were hosted on January 25th-31st at Hotel Bouazza in Tiaret, Algeria and organized by the Algerian Chess Federation (FADE) and the African Chess Union. This tournament features players under 20 years old or born before January 1, 1993. Eight federations were represented and there were…

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  • Amin, Wafa… 2013 African Champions!!

    WIM Shrook Wafa and GM Bassem Amin(2013 African Champions) Home to the “Hannibal of Carthage” lore, the beautiful and historic Tunisia hosted the 2013 African Individual Chess Championships. Players from nine African countries were competing for three qualifying spots for the World Cup in Tromso, Norway this November. After nine…

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  • 2013 African Individual Championships (Tunis, Tunisia)

    The African continental championship has begun in Tunis, Tunisia and three spots for the World Cup qualifying tournament (Tromso, Norway, 10th August-5th September) are at stake. The field appears to be tremendously void of players from Sub-Saharan Africa, most notably from Zambia who announced plans to withdraw a week ago.…

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