Ex-Warriors captain Katsande takes SA wife to rural Mutoko | PHOTOS

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As one of the most seasoned footballers in the South African PSL, former Warriors captain Willard Katsande during the extended off season has opted to visit his native country in the company of his South African wife Bonga Miya.

Katsande took wife Bonga Miya Katsande to his rural home in Mutoko. The ex-Kaizer Chiefs star also took Bonga to Mutare, where he was once based, before moving to South Africa.

A few days ago the couple were spotted on the busy road which is heading to the Mutare CBD capturing beautiful moments in pictures.

On Tuesday the couple have taken their vacation to another level as the Sekhukhune United midfieder keeps showing his South African wife beautiful parts of the Manicaland province.

On the day the beautiful couple were spotted in the Chimanimani district taking pictures in the Birchenough Bridge which is named after an English businessman and public servant Sir Henry Birchenough.

The Ralph Freeman designed bridge is located approximately 126.3 kms away from the city of Mutare where it is rumoured that Willard Katsande owns a property in that part of the country.

During their vacation in Zimbabwe the two business partners are not only having the time of their lives but they are also promoting their clothing brand Bosso Ya Mboka Clothing as they are always spotted in designer clothes from the brand.

The Sekhukhune United player yesterday posted pictures of Bonga parading his new clothing line, Boss YaMboka clothing label.

The pictures showed the majestic Christmas Pass and sights from Mutare’s central business district.

“Wifey rocking @MbokaClothing,” Katsande posted a picture combo on Twitter.

Bonga also took to Facebook and posted pictures with Katsande captioned: “Kuri kupisa (the temperatures are high). In my burnt orange must have tee. Still in Mutare with my better half Willard Katsande.”

She had earlier posted pictures in rural Mutoko.

“Makoti duties in Mutoko, Zimbabwe. My first time in the rurals with my love. Visited our parents and the night at their home.”

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