Angola are one of four teams to have qualified for the quarter-finals of the inaugural International Basketball Federation AfroCan tournament in Malian capital Bamako.
They defeated Morocco 68-58 at Palais des Sports Salamatou Maiga to ensure they finished top of Group C.
Angola trailed 16-14 after the first quarter but were much the stronger side in the second and third, winning both by 10 points.
Despite a mini fightback from Morocco in the fourth quarter, the result was not in doubt.
Angola point guard Childe Dundao starred with 18 points, seven rebounds, three assists and three steals.
Mali topped Group A and made the last eight thanks to an 86-63 win over Ivory Coast, while DR Congo achieved the same feat in Group B after crushing Nigeria 81-55.
Tunisia went through to the quarter-finals as winners of Group D having despatched Egypt 75-68.
The teams which finished second and third in each group can still reach the quarter-finals, with ‘second chance’ games scheduled for when competition resumes on Tuesday (July 23).