The Zimbabwean midfielder, who joined Chiefs in 2011 from Ajax Cape Town, made his 200th appearance for the Soweto giants in a 2-0 victory over high-flying Cape Town City last night.
Katsande put in a typically workmanlike display at Cape Town Stadium, and was naturally pleased to help Steve Komphela's side pick up their first league win of the season after three rounds of fixtures.
“It was an emotional game,” Katsande told his club's website.
"My teammates and the supporters, who are simply phenomenal, played a big role to help me play so many matches. I am happy we got the three points on the night.
"To be successful is the result of all the hard work you put in. While growing up, I knew that my soccer abilities will give me an opportunity to succeed and to make a living and that’s why I worked hard to reach this achievement.”
He added: “I am still very hungry and I have a burning desire to continue doing well for the club. I want to go down as a legend in Kaizer Chiefs’ rich history.”