Nigeria walloped Mali 3-0 during their African Women Nations Cup last group stages match at Caledonian Stadium while Cameroon beat Algeria 3-1 in another match at Germiston Stadium on Saturday. The two countries joined Ghana and Ethiopia in the semifinals.
Nigeria, who moved a step closer to winning a record four consecutive Continental title, will face Ethiopia during the first semifinal at 1pm while Cameroon and Ghana will clash at 4pm.
Both matches will be held at the Johannesburg Stadium on Tuesday.
The final will take place on October 3 at the same venue.
The Super Falcons finished their campaign in Group B with seven points from three matches.
Cameroon ended second with only two points behind Nigeria.
The worst performers of this biennial eight nations tournament were the hosts, Banyana Banyana.
The South Africans failed to gain even a single point during the Group stages.
After SA’s early bombing out, former Banyana Banyana captain, Desiree Ellis, called on Safa to appoint a full-time coach as the first step towards rebuilding Banyana Banyana.
While Bafana Bafana and the SA under-23 national teams have full-time coaches, Safa has been employing coaches on part time basis for the Banyana Banyana and Basetsana.