Egypt won the men's foil and women's épée team events on day four of the African Fencing Championships at Palais des sports Salamata in Bamako.
In the men's foil final, Egypt edged out Tunisia 43-42.
That followed a 45-4 win over hosts Mali in the semi-finals.
Mali went on to lose the third-place playoff against Algeria, falling to a 45-10 defeat.
Algeria were beaten 45-38 by Tunisia in the other last-four encounter.
The women's épée final saw Egypt overcome South Africa 45-27.
The bronze medal went to Senegal with a walkover victory against Tunisia.
Senegal had lost 44-36 to Egypt in the penultimate round, while South Africa advanced to the final with a walkover win against Tunisia.
Today's one other team event came in women's sabre with Tunisia narrowly getting the better of Egypt in the final, triumphing 45-44.
In the semi-finals, Tunisia beat Mali 45-12 and Egypt defeated Algeria 45-24.
Algeria overcame Mali 45-13 to round off the podium.
Action is due to conclude tomorrow with team events in men's épée, men's sabre and women's foil.