National basketball coach Charles Mushumba has summoned a 20-man provisional roster to prepare for the forthcoming qualifiers of the FIBA Afro-CAN tournament due in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, from June 17-23. The selected squad will start training sessions on June 5. ALSO READ: Mushumba named Rwanda coach for Afro-CAN qualifiers The qualifiers will determine the teams that will participate in the Afro-CAN finals that will take place in Luanda, Angola, from July 7-16. The Zone 5 qualifiers will bring together nine member countries including Burundi, Djibouti, Egypt, Ethiopia, Kenya (qualified), Rwanda, Somalia, South Sudan, and host nation Tanzania. They will be competing for the lone ticket available ahead of the qualifiers. ALSO READ: Rwanda to participate in Afro-CAN qualifiers The FIBA Afro-CAN returns to action for the first time since 2019. The semi-finalists from the 2019 edition including champions DR Congo, runners-up Kenya as well third and fourth-placed Angola and Morocco qualified automatically for this year's tournament. The teams that have qualified for the tournament so far include Cameroon - winners of Zone 4 qualifiers and Mozambique, who clinched the top spot from Zone 6. Provisional Squad: Ntore Habimana, William Robeyns, Olivier Turatsinze, Pierre Thierry Vandriessche, Jean-Jacques Wilson Nshobozwabyosenumukiza, Justin Uwitonze, Kenneth Gasana, Patrick Nshizirungu, Emile Galois Kazeneza, Steven Hagumintwari, Dieudonné Ndizeye, Axel Olenga Mpoyo, Dan Manzi, Dick Sano Rutatika, Cadeaux de Dieu Furaha, Shema Osborn, Gray Kendall, Elias Ngoga, Marius Thresor Ntwali and Patrick Ngabonziza.