Most famous celebrities launch clothing brands as part of their way to set up ways to make an income even in the future. The only problem with that is that some of these celebrities set hefty prices on their clothing lines with the belief that their followers will buy.
Recently, Zimbabwean soccer player Willard Katsande who used to play for Kaizer Chiefs launched his own clothing brand and the brand has been reaching heights after height, being seen worn by some of the PSL's top stars.
When one just uses their assumptions, they would assume that the brand would be very expensive but not at all. The Brand t-shirt is going only for R250, a very affordable price for anyone who would like to seem themselves wearing the clothing brand. Many expected that it would be very expensive.
Katsande, who is now in the books of Sekhukhune United took the brand to a whole new level whne he launched a new range of underwear from the clothing brand. This is a sign that the footballer is serious about making it in the clothing industry as he is committed to expanding the brand and marketing it.
Surely the midfielder who will be turning 36 this year is more concerned about his future and is stepping up to do something about it, considering that he is likely to be going into retirement very soon. He has also launched a construction related business called Katsande Partners which he seems to be very much hands on to see it grow.
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