- United Republic of Congo - A country formed out of the former Republic of Congo (ROC) and Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). It started the Africa War by invading Gabon and Equatorial Guinea. It was supported by Russia and China.
- South African Union - After the Republic of South Africa was reformed, the SAU was created. It was supported by the United States and the United Kingdom against the URC and other powers, when entering the war to preserve stability.
- Kingdom of Morocco - One of Africa's longest lasting monarchies, the Kingdom was neutral until a border conflict with the Republic of Algeria. It entered the war by invading several nations, and was supported by Spain and Portugal.
- Central African Republic - Originally, CAR was devastated by civil war and was one of the poorest nations on the continent. However, they rose out of the ashes thanks to the rebel leader who became the president and took control of the country. CAR took part in the war with URC.