Bloom and bust – A worker at the Maridaidi Farm in Naivasha, Kenya, prepares roses for export to Europe. The UK is one of Kenya's biggest export markets, but trade between the countries will become more complicated after the Brexit vote.
Glass half empty – South Africa currently sends 10% of its wine exports to the UK, and traders are braced for losses.
Biafrexit – Biafra separatists in East Nigeria have been inspired by the vote to pursue another independence campaign.
End of the road – The European Development Fund will be reduced by Britain's withdrawal, threatening development programs such as road-building in Tanzania.
Risky business – South Africa has close financial ties with the UK, with many companies listed on both the London and Johannesburg stock exchanges, making them vulnerable to turbulence in Britain.
Sanctions relief? – Leaders of regimes under EU sanctions such as Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe might hope for a new deal post-Brexit.
Under fire – The African Union Mission (AMISOM) in Somalia could be affected in its battle with al-Shabaab militants if European commitment wanes.
New deal – Some analysts believe farmers in Africa will get a better deal if the EU's controversial Common Agricultural Policy is weakened by Britain's withdrawal.