Angola finished fifth at the International Basketball Federation Women's AfroBasket after beating Democratic Republic of the Congo in today's classification match.
The 2011 and 2013 champions were thrashed by hosts Senegal in the quarter-finals but bounced back and claimed a 68-48 victory at Dakar Arena.
DR Congo were ahead 24-21 at the halfway point before a blitz from the Angolans saw them score 47 points in the second half of the match, including winning the fourth quarter 25-10.
Italee Lucas was the star for the Angolans, scoring 18 points to inspire a positive end to their campaign.
Egypt claimed seventh place after edging out Ivory Coast 62-58.
The Egyptians got off to a flying start with 25 points in the first quarter but Ivory Coast battled back with 19 in the second to level the score at 32-32 at half-time.
Egypt regained the lead in the third stanza and held their opponents at arms length to amend for a disappointing couple of days which saw back-toback defeats against Mozambique and Angola.
Menatalla Awad starred for Egypt, scoring 14 points and claiming seven rebounds in a strong individual showing.
Tomorrow is the final day of the competition, with Senegal aiming for a 13th Women's AfroBasket crown and revenge over Nigeria, who beat them in the final two years ago.