The 1979 FIBA Africa Championship for Women was the 6th FIBA Africa Championship for Women, played under the rules of FIBA, the world governing body for basketball, and the FIBA Africa thereof. The tournament was hosted by Somalia from December 31 1978 to January 2, 1979. Senegal ended the round-robin tournament with a 2–0 unbeaten record to win their third title and qualify for the 1979 FIBA Women's World Championship.

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  • Die Basketball-Afrikameisterschaft der Damen 1979, die sechste Basketball-Afrikameisterschaft der Damen, fand zwischen dem 28. Dezember 1978 und 6. Januar 1979 in der somalischen Hauptstadt Mogadischu statt, die zum ersten Mal die Meisterschaft ausrichtete. Gewinner war die Nationalmannschaft Senegals, die ungeschlagen zum dritten nacheinander Mal den Titel erringen konnte. (de)
  • Il 6º Campionato africano femminile di pallacanestro FIBA (noto anche come FIBA AfroBasket Women 1979) si è svolto in Somalia dal 28 dicembre 1978 al 6 gennaio 1979. I Campionati africani femminili di pallacanestro sono una manifestazione biennale tra le squadre nazionali, organizzata dalla FIBA Africa. Vincitore della manifestazione fu la squadra del Senegal. (it)
  • The 1979 FIBA Africa Championship for Women was the 6th FIBA Africa Championship for Women, played under the rules of FIBA, the world governing body for basketball, and the FIBA Africa thereof. The tournament was hosted by Somalia from December 31 1978 to January 2, 1979. Senegal ended the round-robin tournament with a 2–0 unbeaten record to win their third title and qualify for the 1979 FIBA Women's World Championship. (en)
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  • Die Basketball-Afrikameisterschaft der Damen 1979, die sechste Basketball-Afrikameisterschaft der Damen, fand zwischen dem 28. Dezember 1978 und 6. Januar 1979 in der somalischen Hauptstadt Mogadischu statt, die zum ersten Mal die Meisterschaft ausrichtete. Gewinner war die Nationalmannschaft Senegals, die ungeschlagen zum dritten nacheinander Mal den Titel erringen konnte. (de)
  • Il 6º Campionato africano femminile di pallacanestro FIBA (noto anche come FIBA AfroBasket Women 1979) si è svolto in Somalia dal 28 dicembre 1978 al 6 gennaio 1979. I Campionati africani femminili di pallacanestro sono una manifestazione biennale tra le squadre nazionali, organizzata dalla FIBA Africa. Vincitore della manifestazione fu la squadra del Senegal. (it)
  • The 1979 FIBA Africa Championship for Women was the 6th FIBA Africa Championship for Women, played under the rules of FIBA, the world governing body for basketball, and the FIBA Africa thereof. The tournament was hosted by Somalia from December 31 1978 to January 2, 1979. Senegal ended the round-robin tournament with a 2–0 unbeaten record to win their third title and qualify for the 1979 FIBA Women's World Championship. (en)
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  • Campionato africano femminile di pallacanestro 1979 (it)
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