How Willard Katsande secretly divorced his wife

Willard Katsande has been married to Memory Dowerowe, the mother of his three children, since he rose to notoriety. However recently he has a new girlfriend and they’re expecting. According to information gathered, the couple married in 2011. Memory spent the majority of her time out of the spotlight, while Katsande kept their connection low-key.

Willard Katsande salary and girl friend

Willard Katsande salary and girl friend

We were able to confirm that Katsande has moved on thanks to our social media investigations. We were able to view Charmaine Mpofu posing and riding in Willard Katsandes’ luxury BMW X5 in some of her social media pictures.

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A picture of Charmaine standing behind Katsande's car

A picture of Charmaine standing behind Katsande’s car

Katsande has been married to Memory Dowerowe, the mother of his three children, since he rose to notoriety. In some of Charmaine Mpofu’s social media posts, we were able to see her posing and riding in Willard Katsandes’s expensive BMW X5.

Katsande's girl friend is pregnant

Katsande’s girl friend is pregnant

In fact they have a baby together.

Katsande’s Salary

Willard has an estimated salary of R200K which would yield an avatar annual total of R 2.4 Million.

Katsande's first children with Memory

Katsande’s first children with Memory

Which is enough to afford him his life style of expensive cars and houses.  He has a known Range rover, BMW X5, an G-wagon and other expensive.

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Willard Katsande early career

Known as a midfield work-horse, Willard Katsande began his career playing for local lower division clubs in Zimbabwe such as Frontier Steel (2002–2005), Feruka (2006–2007) and a popular giant killing club from Mutare, called Highway (2007–2009) from where he was recruited to play for Gunners F.C. in Harare for the 2009–10 season.

Katsande and Kaizer Chiefs FC

Willard Katsande joined the Kaizer Chiefs on August 15, 2011, after Chiefs manager Bobby Motaung seen his play during an international friendly match between Zimbabwe and Zambia. Katsande made his debut in the MTN 8 final against Orlando Pirates on 10 September 2011, replacing Tshabalala in the 81st minute. Katsande received five yellow cards in his first 12 league matches with Chiefs. Katsande was the most booked player in the Premier Soccer League and the Nedbank Cup in 2013, receiving ten yellow cards and one red card. In a 4–1 triumph over, Katsande scored a long-range goal after going a few feet off the center line.