2004 Africa Cup
|Date||7 March 2004–
13 November 2004
The 2004 Africa Cup (officially called "Africa Top ten" at the time) was the fifth edition of top level rugby union tournament in Africa. Ten teams were admitted, but Tunisia withdrew. The final was played in 2004, due to the participation of Namibia to the 2003 Rugby World Cup tournament.
The teams were divided into two zones, North and South. The North Zone contained four teams in a round robin pool. In South Zone, the six teams were divided in two pools, with a "Zone final" between the winner of each pool.
At the end were played a
A second division was also played as "CAR Development".