KAIZER Chiefs and former Zimbabwe Warriors star midfielder Willard Katsande might have lost his chance to win the CAF Champions League last Saturday, but he has paid lobola for his beautiful wife.
The 35-year-old Katsande has paid lobola for his beau Bonga Miya Kastande. The two love birds were pictured during a lavish and Xhosa-themed cultural wedding ceremony recently.
Katsande’s latest marriage was suppressed to the media, but somehow, the paparazzi has caught images of the two lovebirds in their best elements during the marriage which was done as per Xhosa custom.
Katsande is from Manicaland in Zimbabwe and was previously married to Memory Dowerowe, a Zimbabwean lady. The two had a somewhat secret divorce after they had been married from 2006 until 2016.
That marriage produced three children. The paid had tied the knot in 2011. After their divorce, Memory has spent most of her time out of the spotlight.
The couple have also not shared any pictures of their wedding even on social media, but what’s clear so far from pictures is that the new wife lives a lavish lifestyle.
On her social media platform, which is locked from public access, Bonga describes herself as a beautiful mom of two kids. She also says she is wife and best friends with Willard. So much for a couple that is in their honeymoon.
Regarding the latest marriage, some fans have taken to social media to congratulate Katsande, whose team lost last weekend in the Champions League final against Egyptian side Al Ahly.
However, some Zimbabweans and South Africans alike appeared a bit troubled by the marriage, for various reasons.
The combative midfielder, who is now in the twilight of his playing career at South African giants Kaizer Chiefs, recently revealed his Warriors coaching ambitions soon after announcing that he was planning to hang his boots in the next two years.
Katsande served the nation with distinction as a player, with the major highlight of his career coming in 2017 when he captained the Warriors at the Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) finals in Gabon.
He is one of just three players, who have captained the Warriors to the Afcon finals.
The others are Peter Ndlovu, who led the team to the 2004 and 2006 Afcon finals, and Knowledge Musona, who was captain, when the Warriors qualified for the 2019 and 2021 editions of the tournament.