2016 referee of the year Rasta Rasivhenge(SARU) will officiate the crucial Africa Gold Cup season finale clash between Namibia and Kenya on Saturday August 18, 2018 at Hage Geingob Stadium in Windhoek.
Rasivhenge will take charge of the clash that will see the winner qualify for the 2019 Rugby World Cup while the loser will head to a repechage tournament during the November test window in France.
Saudah Adiru and Precious Pazani are named as Rasivhenge's assistants.
Before that clash, Uganda will be up against Zimbabwe in Kampala, a match Zimbabwe must win to stand any chance of surviving relegation.
Egon Seconds of South Africa returns to East Africa to officiate the clash. Kenya Rugby referee Victor Oduor will be one of the assistants while Kenya Rugby Union chairman Richard Omwela is named as the judicial officer.
The late kick-off featuring Tunisia and Morocco, both looking to avoid relegation, will be officiated by Frenchman Cedric Marchat.
Kyadondo Rugby Club 3pm
Uganda vs Zimbabwe
Ref: Egon Seconds(SARU)
AR1: Nicardo Pienaar(NAM)
AR 2:Victor Oduor(KRU)
Citing: Hames Jumas(KRU)
Judicial: Richard Omwela(KRU)
Match Commisioner: Adama Bakhoum(RA)
Hage Geingob Stadium 5pm
Namibia vs Kenya
Ref: Rasta Rasivhenge (SARU)
AR1: Saudah Adiru(UG)
AR 2: Precious Pazani(Zim)
Citing: Mudiwa Mundawarara(Zim)
Judicial: Bongai Zamchyia(Zim)
Match Commissioner: Denver Wannies(RA)
Stade Mustapha Ben Jannet 7pm
Tunisia vs Morocco
Ref: Cedric MARCHAT(FFR)
AR 1: Ignace Ndri Kan(CIV)
AR 2: Sylvian Mane(SEN)
Citing: Charkes Yapo(RA)
Judicial: Said Schikhaoui(RA)
Match Commisioner: Aurelie Lemouzy