East Africa City Slam Basketball Tournament comes to Kenya

The Africa City-Slam (ACS) is a Pan African basketball tournament between the best young male teams from the top basketball cities across Africa, and it’s coming to Kenya.

Basketball is currently the second most popular team sport in Africa after soccer, and the organizers, Invictus Africa Sport, are committed to growing the sport.

This will be the first basketball tournament in Africa where winning teams will walk away with prize money. Currently the Kenya Basketball Federation league has over 35 teams that compete for 9 months of the year. None of the players in the KBF league earns a monthly salary.

Organized by Invictus Africa Sport, their goal is to establish each regional Inter-City competition as the largest and most popular in their respective regions. As the property grows, this will ensure that ACS becomes the most popular basketball tournament on the African continent.  The top 3 teams will walk away with between Kshs 250,000 and Kshs 700,000.

The East Africa City Slam Basketball Tournament will take place from 11-16 June, 2017, at Nyayo Indoor Stadium, Nairobi, Kenya.

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  1. Avatar Carey Nyangwara February 10th, 2013 at 11:55 pm

    He fought for years for the implementation of a new constitution with a whole chapter on land;the minister then developed together with other stakeholders the land policy….including the national land commission….thought you’d be aware of this;Next Question;

  2. Avatar Carey Nyangwara February 10th, 2013 at 11:57 pm

    The framework is in place,those that are aware just need someone reliable who can implement it…..”hatuswesmake” if we are unaware!

  3. Avatar Jim Kones February 11th, 2013 at 9:48 am

    P.Kenneth as again pls because we need answers and not politics.

  4. Avatar pauline February 11th, 2013 at 1:10 pm

    When they were in the cabinet, the land question came up, guys to leave mau forest or be evicted, no man could be man enough to do this. he went ahead and implemented despite the fact that he was not the minister concerned. he planted trees and todate, we have not donated to redcross to feed turkanas and others dying of hunger. It has been raining!!!, no cows are dying of drought hence minimal losses. Where were you PK? what did you do? you did not even comment!!!!!!!


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