AFRICAN AQUATICS NEWS

Check out African Aquatics Newsletter for July showcasing an encouraging message from the President of CANA Dr Sam Ramsamy. This installment takes us back in time to the African participation in the FINA World championships in Gwangju 2019, All Africa Games, Casablanca 2019 and a comparison of the number of entries by event from 1991-2019. Be sure to check out the African participation at the FINA World Junior championships in Budapest and the history of the participation of African swimmers from 2006-2019. Not forgetting CANA African Junior... Read More

COVID-19 STATUS UPDATE IN MOZAMBIQUE

Aquatic activities are not permitted at this time in Mozambique. "The Mozambican Government announced a continuation of the Level-3 State of Emergency until July 29 . Waiting for a green light. The Mozambican Swimming Federation has already sent a communication to the State Secretary with safety standards and measures to restart the activities twice, but we don't have any feedback so far." For this reason Mozambique is not able to resume training and competitions. Concerning travel, currently inter-provincial travel is permitted i... Read More

COVID-19 STATUS UPDATE IN ANGOLA

Aquatic activities are not allowed to resume in Angola. As numbers of COVID-19 infections keep growing, they aspect to see the height of the curve by september. It is predicted that aquatic activity will be able to resume some time after the month of September. Concerning travel, inter-provincial travel within Angolan is not permitted at this time. Residents of Angola are also not allowed to travel out of the country and no foreign visitors are allowed to enter into Angola at this time. Read More

COVID-19 STATUS UPDATE IN SENEGAL

Aquatic activities are currently not allowed to resume in Senegal.  " We are awaiting restart information from our supervisory authorities."  Senegal will resume Aquatic activities as soon as they recieve authorization from their supervisory authorities. Concerning travel, inter-provincial travel has opened up since June of 2020. As of June 2020 residents of Senegal are also allowed to travel outside of Senegal. Foreign visitors are also allowed to travel to Senegal, however,  there are restrictions as well as a securit... Read More

COVID-19 STATUS UPDATE IN RWANDA

Aquatic activities are not currently permitted in Rwanda. Residents of Rwanda are still awaiting government resolutions scheduled 1st august 2020. The conditions to restart are to present the measures and guidelines to be followed when resuming aquatic activities. “Such guidelines have been presented to the Ministry of sports and we are still waiting for their feedback.” Rwanda is expected to resume aquatic activities in September 2020. Upon opening the country up again, Rwanda anticipate that they will start by training and co... Read More