Kiendler (pages 398-402) lists 132 peaks above 4000m, 31 of which he considers peaks in their own right (prominence > 400m).
I'm not saying that his numbers are any more reliable than yours, but for what it's worth (he did consult a ton of literature), here is my summary of his list:
Good list. It looks like we're really close.
According to SP member Chugach Mtn Boy, Ouanoukrim/Timesguida was recently measured at 4089 and has prominence of exactly 425m and thus was recently ranked on my list (I originally didn't have it ranked).http://www.summitpost.org/africa-s-4000 ... ons/828720
Other than some minor elevation differences on the two list, I also have Lesatima and Iferouane/Djbel n'Tarourt; both 4001 meters. Lesatima is on my maps as 4001 meters, but I imagine if it wasn't on Kiendler's list, some maps might show it below that figure? For sure, it has enough prominence and is the highest point for a long distance around.
Iferouane/Djbel n'Tarourt is sometimes listed as slightly over 4000 meters and sometimes listed as slightly below. I opted to include it on the list because if anyone was to try and complete the list, it would be better to be safe than sorry. It is possibly below 4000 meters.
Other than that, our lists are really close.