Orlando Pirates legend Lucky Lekgwathi has recently called upon Willard Katsande’s services to help him launch his new restaurant.
Many footballers have to plan for life after retirement and with the increasing rate of ballers who are filing for bankruptcy, it is refreshing to see players who show that they can be financially responsible.
Recently both the aforementioned ballers made the news as they revealed on social media that they would be combining to launch a food store in a popular shopping centre.
Scroll through the gallery above to see Katsande and Lekgwathi unveiling
The post on Instagram shows the veterans in front of the plot with a caption that read, “The beginning of a good project. Quotations done. Thank you for trusting @katsandepartners with this endeavor.”
The Zimbabwean recently started his new business Katsande Partners that do everything from cleaning gutters, redoing your kitchen and construction.
It appears that Lekgwathi has seemingly been impressed with the local business' work so far as he decides to entrust the company to build his new establishment.
Earlier this year, the former Bucs captain’s Soweto-based establishment was severely damaged by looting and vandalism.
Did you know?
Lekgwathi was named KICK OFF's Greatest Ever Leader, as voted for by readers, back in 2015 after beating off competition from the likes of Lucas Radebe, Neil Tovey, John Moeti, John Moshoeu and Aaron Mokoena in the online poll.
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