Just like Egypt, Nigeria and Tunisia also hold perfect 2-0 marks in the 16-team tournament.
In the highly-anticipated game of the day, the Egyptians held off Cameroon 83-77 to go top of Group C.
Kamal Khalifa finished with a team-high 15 points, but it was back-up guards Ramy Gunady and Ehab Amin who lifted Egypt to their second win in as many games in the tournament.
In Friday's second game, Nigeria improved to 2-0 after a comprehensive 98-59 win over AfroBasket debutants Uganda.
The Ugandans had a short-lived lead but very soon Chamberlain Oguchi made sure to end their expectations.
The Nigerian shooting guard set a tournament-high as he made 8 of his 14 three-point attempts.
Oguchi led all scorers with 30 points, while Uganda's Stephen Omwony finished with a team-high 20 points.
It was Uganda's second defeat in as many games in the event. They face the Central African Republic (CAF) on Sunday.
The game was also marked by an incident involving Nigeria small forward Stan Okoye who broke the backboard in a missed dunk.
Eventually, the game resumed after an hour-long period to replace the backboard.
In the first game of the day, Mali bounced back from a defeat in their tournament opener to see off Gabon 78-54.
In his return to the national team after a four-year absence, Waly Coulibaly sparked the Malians with 11 points.
In the day's last game, Tunisian shooting guard Michael Roll and Salah Mejri sent local fans into frenzy as they got past the Central African Republic (CAF) 68-52.
Roll and Mejri led the hosts with a dozen poince apiece, while Max Kouguere had a game-best 20 points.
CAF resume their AfroBasket 2015 campaign on Sunday when they face Uganda.