Egypt, Morocco and Tunisia claimed the men's sabre, men's épée and women's foil team titles, respectively, on the last day of the African Fencing Championships at Palais des sports Salamata in Mali's capital Bamako.
In the men's épée final, Morocco beat Senegal 45-31.
That followed a 45-41 win over Egypt in the semi-finals.
Egypt bounced back from that loss to defeat Algeria 45-18 in the third-place playoff.
Algeria were beaten 45-27 by Senegal in the other last-four encounter.
The women's foil final saw Tunisia overcome Egypt 45-39.
The bronze medal went to Algeria with a 45-5 victory over Togo.
Algeria had lost 45-37 to Tunisia in the penultimate round, while Egypt advanced to the final with a 45-4 win over Togo.
The men's sabre final was won 45-34 by Egypt against Tunisia and the third-place play-off ended in a 45-44 victory for Algeria over Senegal.
Egypt beat Senegal 45-29 in the semi-finals and were joined by Tunisia in the gold medal match following their 45-21 success over Algeria.