Katsande's newest fashion range draws the attention of Musona and Jali

Willard Katsande | Image via @bossyamboka_clothing
Willard Katsande | Image via @bossyamboka_clothing

With a seemingly booming fashion label, former Kaizer Chiefs star Willard Katsande's newest fashion range has now drawn the attention of his compatriot Knowledge Musona and Mamelodi Sundowns maestro Andile Jali.

The story

Katsande has added to his growing list of big-name customers, as he recently revealed that he sold some fresh items to his former Zimbabwe national team colleague Musona as well as Downs captain Jali.

Salt & Pepper's venture has admittedly been a success, with a list of his previous clients including ex-Masandwana skipper Hlompho Kekana, former Amakhosi teammate Bernard Parker, and Sekhukhune United goalkeeper Rowen van Vuuren, just to name a few.

The reach of the brand also seems to have extended, as the retired defensive midfielder sold a t-shirt to Chiefs' international super fan Adrian Ochoa, who hails all the way from Tijuana, Mexico.

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Scroll through the gallery below to see some of Katsande's most noticeable clients of late.

Knowledge Musona
Knowledge Musona | image via @bossyamboka_clothing
Andile Jali and Willard Katsande
Andile Jali and Willard Katsande | image via @bossyamboka_clothing
Hlompho Kekana
Hlompho Kekana | image via @bossyamboka_clothing
Adrian Ochoa
Kaizer Chiefs superfan Adrian Ochoa | Image via @bossyamboka_clothing

A little bit of background

Some might have forgotten that the Boss Ya Mboka clothing line began after the 2020 national lockdown due to the coronavirus pandemic. During that period, where PSL football was brought to a standstill, Katsande began trending on social media for his frequent fashion posts.

The Sekhukhune ambassador would dress up in bold outfits, often consisting of torn shirts and some turban headbands, which seemed to be unusual at the time given that the former Ajax Cape Town star was famed for his aggressive tackles on the pitch. 

The contrast between his no-nonsense approach on the field of play and his amusing social media clips proved to be an excellent charm, with many on social media talking about it. The player later explained that the lockdown period served as a motivation to kickstart his fashion line as he saw that people were interacting with his Boss Ya Mboka alter-ego.

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Did you know?

Katsande's wife Bonga is the director and designer of the brand, and she can be often seen modeling the items as well.

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