Johannesburg — TEAMS will start touching base on Tuesday for the 2015 African Nations Cup that starts in Equatorial Guinea this weekend.
As indicated by an entries agenda discharged by the Confederation of African football, Cape Verde will be the first to arrive, took after by Democratic republic of Congo, Zambia, Tunisia, Zambia and Congo on Wednesday.
Algeria, the landmass' most elevated positioned side, will touch base on Thursday.
Guinea, Mali, Senegal and Ivory Coast will arrive after a day emulated by Cameroon who will touch base on Saturday, the day the occasion commences.
The entry dates for alternate sides couldn't be determined at the time of production.
A sum of 16 groups will challenge the greatest football competition in Afric