FIFA have punished numerous African nations for offences during 2018 World Cup qualifiers last month, the world football body said today.
Gabon forfeited by a mandatory 3-0 scoreline a match against Ivory Coast in Libreville for fielding suspended midfielder Merlin Tandjigora.
However, the Gabonese lost the match 3-0 so the punishment effectively amounted to a 6,200 (5,300 euros) fine.
Fielding ineligible players was a major problem in Africa during 2014 World Cup qualifying, but Portugal-based Tandjigora is the first culprit since.
Nigeria were fined 30,000 after spectators invaded the pitch in Uyo during a 4-0 triumph over Cameroon.
The Democratic Republic of Congo must pay FIFA 20,000 after the crowd hurled bottles and let off incendiary devices during a 2-2 draw with Tunisia in Kinshasa.
Mali were fined 15,000 because fans flung bottles and chairs on the pitch in a 0-0 stalemate with Morocco in Bamako.
The earlier qualifier between the same countries in Rabat led to a 3,000 fine for Morocco over whistling while the Malian national anthem was being played.
Zambia received a 7,000 fine after the crowd hurled various unspecified objects on the pitch during a 3-1 victory over Algeria in Lusaka.
Senegal and Burkina Faso were warned for late kick-offs in the qualifiers between them in Dakar and Ouagadougou.
The fines are a serious blow as most African national football associations struggle financially with many relying on government bailouts for survival.