The ICC Africa Twenty20 Championship was an international Twenty20 cricket competition that formed part of the qualification process for the ICC World Twenty20. It was contested by associate and affiliate members of the International Cricket Council (ICC) located in Africa. It ran from 2011 to 2016. The Africa Twenty20 Championship comprised three divisions, which operated on a system of promotion and relegation. Each division was contested (as a standalone tournament) approximately every two years, in line with the World Twenty20. The teams finishing first and second at the Division One tournament were promoted to the World Twenty20 Qualifier, along with the top teams from other regional qualifiers.
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