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All-Africa Korfball Championship (AAKC) is a korfball competition for African national teams organized by the International Korfball Federation. It has been held every four years since 2006 with the winner qualifying through to the IKF World Korfball Championship in the following year.
The first championship was held in South Africa with the host nation and Zimbabwe competing for a spot at the 2007 World Championship. After the same two teams competed in 2010, the competition expanded to four teams with Malawi and Zambia competing for the first time.
|Year||Host||Champion||Second place||Third place||Number of Teams|
|I Details||2006||South Africa||South Africa||Zimbabwe||N/A||2|
|II Details||2010||Zimbabwe||South Africa||Zimbabwe||N/A||2|
|III Details||2014||Zambia||South Africa||Zimbabwe||Zambia||4|
|IV Details||2018||Harare, Zimbabwe||South Africa||Zimbabwe||Zambia||3|