Semenya took her second gold medal in Nigeria, this time in the women's 800m final on Sunday. The two-time Olympic champion stopped the clock in a time of 1:56.06 at the Stephen Keshi Stadium.
Semenya broke the African record held by her idol Maria Mutola - the Mozambican icon set her record at the 1993 African Championships in Durban (1:56.36).
Burundian, Francine Niyonsaba, took silver in 1:57.97 and Bayih Habitam Alemu of Ethiopia, took bronze in a time of 1:58.86.
On Friday, Caster smashed an 18-year-old national record previously held by Heide Seyerling in the women's 400m final - becoming the first SA woman to dip under 50 seconds.
Erikah Seyama, also a TUT student won gold in the high jump (women) (1.83m) at the 21st CAA African Senior Athletics Championships in Nigeria on 5 Aug 2018. She represented Swaziland at the Championships.
Story courtesy of Sport24.