Babar's Kingdom: from children's book, a country of intelligent bipedal elephants.
Bangalla: from The Phantom comic strip. The Phantom's base lies in the deep woods of this central African nation.
Bapetikosweti: The "homeland" state in which the South African satirist Pieter-Dirk Uys (under the guise of his drag character, Evita Bezuidenhout) was the South African ambassador. It is a word-play on the former "Bantustan" state of Bophuthatswana (unrecognised as a sovereign state by any country other than South Africa). Bophuthatswana was re-incorporated into South Africa shortly after its first democratic election on 27 April 1994, after which Uys discontinued using his parody state (claiming that Bapetikosweti too had been "re-incorporated" into South Africa).
Bulmeria: an African country mentioned in the webcomic, It's Walky!
Bulungi: A country located south of Côte d'Ivoire and southeast of Liberia featured in an article by satirical news group The Onion. In the article, the United States' "ambassador" to Bulungi is accused of making the country up. Bulungi's capital city is Yabba-Dabba.
Buranda: African country in the BBC comedy series Yes Minister, formerly known as "British Equatorial Africa"
Kalya: West African country in the novel The Zinzin Road by Fletcher Knebel. Capital city: Ft. Paul.
Kamanga: Southern African country between Namibia and Mozambique in the novel Tenth Man Down by Chris Ryan. Ruled from the poverty-stricken capital of Mulongwe, Kamanga is the very model of post-colonial corruption, nepotism, and greed. The territory, once a British possession, is now suffering from an AIDS epidemic, while poaching goes unchecked during a brutal civil war. Uranium, diamonds, and bauxite are key resources, although they remain in the hands of the European-descended elite. Kamanga uses the Kwacha as its national currency.
Kambezi: Southern African country occurring in several MacGyver episodes, located somewhere near Zimbabwe and home to a population of black rhinos, a protected species approaching rapid extinction thanks to South African poachers. Kambezi is also in fact a military dictatorship, and relies heavily on the smuggling of dagga.
Lombuanda: an independent white-supremacist African country on the Gulf of Guinea in the Mission: Impossible episode "The Diamond". Underdeveloped and densely forested, Lombuanda is ruled by French-speaking settlers who keep two million black citizens starved and without 'schools, hospitals, or any voice in government'. The title of prime minister is held by Hendrik Durvard, a despotic white Lombuandan who plans to use a 27,000-carat diamond to finance his seizure of tribal reserves.
Lopongo: a small West African country on the Gulf of Guinea created by miniature wargaming aficionado DestoFante.
Lyrobia: African nation in French/Canadian animated TV series Totally Spies! containing desert and rain forest environments, with an Arabic-inspired culture
Matobo: a state based on Zimbabwe, from the 2005 film The Interpreter. "Matobo" is also used briefly in 24: Redemption in a scene where an international videoconference takes place and on 24 (season 7), where Ule Matobo (fictional) is a former president of Sangala, the fiction African nation.
Moloni Republic: Southern African country from the video game Metal Gear Acid.
Mombaka: a African country featured in the film Red Scorpion.
Mumbambu: African nation occupying the Central and East region as portrayed in a video by The Onion about the United States sending USD $3 billion worth of aid to Andorra as it was believed to be south of Mumbambu in Africa, not Europe.
Nambabwe: a parody of Namibia (formerly South West Africa) during the time of its UN-supervised independence from South Africa. A spoof of the transition by the UN peace-keeping forces was the subject of a 1990 comedy film by Leon Schuster, Oh Shucks...Here Comes UNTAG.
Nambutu: a fictional African nation in the 2006 film Casino Royale.
Pepsi Presents New Zanzibar: featured in The Simpsons episode "Simpson Safari", this country came into being after civil war in Tanzania created the country New Zanzibar, which moments later was purchased by Pepsi.
Sangala: A nation from 24: Redemption and 24 (season 7) where Jack Bauer comes to after running away from his life. As a coup d'etat takes place, with rebels using brainwashed children as soldiers. The nation is later invaded by the US in season 7.
Sotho: a kingdom in Africa mentioned in a 1997 episode of the German TV series Küstenwache (note: the name and the royalist form of government seem to refer to the real existing Kingdom of Lesotho - however, in the episode, the King of Sotho comes to Germany to order ships for his coastguard, which would not make any sense for the real Lesotho, since the country is landlocked).
Transvalia: not actually a state in its own right, but rather a parody of the so-called "Boerestaat" named Orania (which was to be a whites-only "homeland" that right-wing Afrikaners wished to establish after South Africa's transition to democracy on 27 April 1994). Leon Schuster made a comedy film called Sweet 'n Short (1991), which was a parody of life in the New South Africa. The film was made in 1990 shortly after Nelson Mandela was released from prison - many of the fictional events portrayed therein actually came to pass in post-apartheid South Africa.