The final four stage of the continental competition will commence on May 24 and end on May 26 in Luanda, Angola per FIBA.
The top quartet includes big names in Africa due to compete including the most successful team Primeiro do Agosto from host nation Angola.
Agosto has won eight titles and aims to win a record extending ninth trophy with defending champions AS Sale from Morocco featuring at the prestigious stage.
Smouha SC from Egypt and JS Kairouan from Tunisia complete the list of teams set to play for a place in the final game.
The quarterfinal stage ended this past weekend with 2016 Champions Al Ahly failing to qualify ahead of local rival Smouha. In another local showdown, former finalist ES Rades lost out to Kairouan after losing 64-65 and 77-78 in both legs.
North Africa has three representatives in the four team list.
By Yaw Adjei-Mintah
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