The African Volleyball Confederation or Confédération Africaine de Volleyball (CAVB) is an all-African non-governmental non-profit organisation, composed of 53 National Federations divided into seven zones. The CAVB's main purpose and mission is to administer and govern the sport of Volleyball and all its disciplines (including Beach Volleyball and Park Volleyball) across Africa.

On the court

Leading Volleyball countries from the continent across both genders are Egypt and Tunisia, as well as Kenya for women.  In Beach Volleyball the dominant forces are South Africa, Morocco and Tunisia achieving a variety of positive results in the sport.  Whilst fairly new to Snow Volleyball, Cameroon and South Africa both made their debuts at the first ever World Tour event in Wagrain-Kleinarl, Austria in late March 2019.