Katsande business does extreme makeover

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Sekhukhune United star Willard Katsande's business recently received a lot of attention after they completed an extreme makeover. Take a look!

What happened?

In the early 2000s, there was a popular show called 'Extreme Makeover: Home Edition' that consisted of a group of people helping people fix their houses and giving it a new luxury feel in just seven days.  

Katsande partners have seemingly replicated the concept when they did a client’s kitchen. This included an overhaul that included painting the place, carpentry and accurate measurements.  

Scroll through the gallery to see Katsande's before and after pics, per his instagram

Katsande partners

Not only did they fix the kitchen but Katsande and his coworkers also appeared to do the tiling, a truly multi-talented business. 

In a recent post on Instagram, the 35-year-old showed a before and after which certainly caught the eye.   

Proud of his achievement, Salt and Pepper posted, “Do we rest? No!! Kitchen fittings” 

This is just one example of the ever-growing business as they have previously helped Lucky Lekgwathi launch his restaurant and painted a few other homes.

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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 a player who is already trying to earn new ways of income.

The Zimbabwean's construction company can do everything from cleaning gutters, redoing your kitchen and construction. 

Did you know? 

There are at least 10 South African based footballers who have previously started their own business including the likes of Teko Modise and Orlando Pirates’ Vincent Pule. 

Your thoughts, please? 

What do you think of the extreme makeover? 

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