Comes Bonifacius (anglicized as Count Boniface) (died 432) was a Roman general and governor of the Diocese of Africa.
After the death of Emperor Honorius in 423, primicerius notariorum Joannes was elevated to the throne. Bonifacius refused to acknowledge him, and prevented the plentiful shipments of African grain from reaching Italia. After a revolt in Gaul, and an uprising by general Aëtius, Joannes was overthrown, and Valentinian III, nephew of Honorius, was made Western emperor by the Eastern Roman Emperor, Theodosius II. Bonifacius supported him, and resumed grain shipments. In 427, the magister utriusque militae or commander in chief in defense of Italy, Flavius Felix, sent some troops to quell the outbreak of a revolt of Bonifacius against Valentinian III in northwest Africa, but they were defeated by troops loyal to Bonifacius.