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Katsande Partners tasked with rebuilding Lucky Lekgwathi's restaurant

Around July of this year after the former President of South Africa, Jacob Zuma was arrested for refusing to appear before the Zondo Commission of Inquiry. After he was arrested the nation's financial hub suffered devastating attacks that many feel we are going to pay for it for years to come, malls and shopping malls were looted and followed by attacks on fellow South Africans that led to many losing their lives.

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During those attacks former Orlando Pirates Football Club captain, Lucky Lekgwathi had his restaurant in Soweto looted and destroyed, and ever since then he has struggled to raise funds to rebuild the restaurant, and he finally seems to have raised them at last.

Former Kaizer Chiefs Football Club Willard Katsande who has a Construction Company Katsande Partners was spotted at Lekgwathi's place taking quotation.

Photo credit: Instagram @kingsalt31

He took to his Instagram handle @kingsalt31 to confirm that his company will be doing the repainting and other jobs at Lekgwathi's place.



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