Check Out Caster Semenya's House And Car

She deserves all the good things in life

By  | Nov 21, 2022, 03:05 PM  | Caster Semenya  | Top of The

Caster Semenya
With two Olympic gold medals and three World Championships in the Women’s 800m, Caster Semenya is one of the most decorated South African runners who has made the country proud on many occasions.

Like many athletes, Caster Semenya has maintained a relatively low profile over the years and very little is known about her life away from the tracks.

We recently published an article about Caster Semenya’s wife and children, and today we attempt to look at Caster Semenya’s house and cars. Here is everything you need to know about the champion’s lifestyle.

Caster Semenya’s house


Details about Caster Semenya’s house are currently unavailable although it is reported that the sprinter lives with her wife and two children in their beautiful home and she and her wife spend a lot of their time at their athletics club called Masai Athletics Club in Pretoria.

Following her terrific performance on the tracks where she won gold at the world championships and made Mzansi proud, the Limpopo government through its housing department in partnership with a property developer announced that it would build a house for Caster Semenya and her parents in 2009.
Caster Semenya’s mother in front of her new home, source: TimesLive

The modern fully furnished three bedroomed house which was constructed in 2010 reportedly has two dining rooms fitted with tables and chairs; a lounge with a flat-screen TV, a sound system and leather couches; as well as a furnished kitchen.

Although the government kept its promise and constructed the beautiful home, in 2012 a report revealed that Caster Semenya’s family had not moved into the new house as they were still waiting for the official handover by the people who had facilitated the construction.


Caster Semenya’s car

Caster Semenya's car, source: SowetanLive


Details about the type of car Caster Semenya owns are also not available as she has not shared any photos of her ride.

In 2010, the Olympics medalist landed a one-year partnership deal with Great Wall Motors South Africa (GWM) and as part of the deal, GWM gifted her with a brand new black GWM CB150 ME with her picture and name branded on its side.


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