CAF Champions League finalists join Mamelodi Sundowns as 2018/19 top African league champions

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Mamelodi Sundowns (South Africa - 59 points - 30 g
Mamelodi Sundowns (South Africa - 59 points - 30 games)
Simba SC (Tanzania - 98 points - 38 games)
Simba SC (Tanzania - 98 points - 38 games)
Esperance (Tunisia - 56 points - 23 games) Two rem
Esperance (Tunisia - 56 points - 23 games) Two remaining
TP Mazembe (DR Congo - 83 points - 30 games)
TP Mazembe (DR Congo - 83 points - 30 games)
Al Ahly (Egypt - 74 points - 32 games) Two games r
Al Ahly (Egypt - 74 points - 32 games) Two games remaining
USM Alger (Algeria - 53 points - 30 games)
USM Alger (Algeria - 53 points - 30 games)
Horoya AC (Guinea - 59 points - 23 games) Three fi
Horoya AC (Guinea - 59 points - 23 games) Three fixtures remain.
Wydad AC (Morocco - 58 points - 29 games) One fixt
Wydad AC (Morocco - 58 points - 29 games) One fixture remaining.
Primeiro Agosto (Angola - 67 points - 30 games)
Primeiro Agosto (Angola - 67 points - 30 games)
Gor Mahia (Kenya - 74 points - 34 games)
Gor Mahia (Kenya - 74 points - 34 games)
The finalists of the 2019 CAF Champions League joined Mamelodi Sundowns as champions of their respective domestic leagues this week.
 
Sundowns retained the Absa Premiership title last month on the final day of the season with a 2-0 win over Golden Arrows, pipping Orlando Pirates by two points.
 
 
In what marked their ninth league title in their 49-year history, Pitso Mosimane's side will be joined by the Buccaneers in the CAF Champions League in the 2019/20 season. 
 
Scroll through the gallery above to view the champions of the 2018/19 season in some of Africa's biggest leagues
 
And they will be joined by Wydad Casablanca who put the controversies of the continental showpiece behind them to clinch the Moroccan league title on Tuesday evening.
 
The Botola was secured with a game to spare with a 4-1 win over Olympique Khouribga which put them six points clear of fierce rivals Raja Casablanca.
 
It represented a record 20th league title for Wydad while defending champions Ittihad Tanger trail them by a massive 18 points.
 
 
Esperance de Tunis were also crowned Tunisian champions on Monday after a 4-0 victory over JS Kairouane in Rades.
 
Their victory, just three days after controversially retaining their African Champions League title makes it three league triumphs in a row and a 29th overall.
 
Other champions not included on the list include Stade Malien in Mali, Rayon Sports in Rwanda, Génération Foot in Senegal, KCCA of Uganda, Township Rollers of Botswana and SO de l'Armée of the Ivory Coast.
 
The top-flight leagues of Nigeria, Zimbabwe, Sudan, Ghana, Zambia, to name but a few remain ongoing.