The majority of well-known celebrities develop clothing lines as a means of securing future income streams. Some of these celebrities charge exorbitant rates for their clothing lines with the expectation that their fans will purchase.
Willard Katsande, a former Kaizer Chiefs player, has just created his own clothing line, which is being worn by some of the Premier Soccer League's top players.
When one merely utilizes their assumptions, they would anticipate that the brand would be exceedingly pricey but not at all. The Brand t-shirt is available for only R250, a very reasonable price for anyone who wishes to appear sporting the apparel brand. Many assumed that it would be quite pricey.
Katsande, who is now signed to Sekhukhune United, took the brand to a whole new level when he launched a new line of underwear for the clothing company. 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.
Given that he is likely to retire in the near future, the 36-year-old midfielder must be more concerned about his future and more motivated to take action. He has also founded Katsande Partners, a construction-related business that he appears to be actively involved in growing.
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