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Take A Look At Who Made A Visit To Legwhathi's Restaurant [See Pics]

They say in life that if you fall seven times, you have to get up eight times and that is surely the case with former Orlando Pirates Captain Lucky Legwhathi who refuses to go down without a fight in his business venture. 

Legwhathi's restaurant which is known as Grootman took a blow during the looting that took place in South Africa this year, being vandalised to a point where one would decide to rather close down the whole business instead. 

However, the Pirates legend did not give in to that setback as he partnered with former Kaizer Chiefs midfielder Willard Katsande to renovate the business through Katsande's construction business known as Katsande partners. 

The business is now back and running, serving mouthwatering food starting from breakfast to dinner, with Legwathi also introducing his own special sauses to be used at the restaurant. 

Former players seem to be trying very hard to support each other in their businesses as former Bafana Bafana captain Aaron Mokoena was seen making a visit to the restaurant to support his friend Lucky Legwathi. 

Mokoena who was affectionately known as "Mbazo" during his playing days rocked a Gucci t shirt and also rocked a Grey beard, looking very happy and healthy. On Legwhathi's side, it is good to see that his business is up and running as most retired footballers resort to business ventures for a living when their careers are over.

On the other hand, this shows that Willard Katsande's Business did a good job in setting up the restaurant to work again.

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