By ZBC Reporter
Warriors forward, Khama billiat has ended speculation about his future after signing a new contract with South African giants Kaizer Chiefs.
The Warriors talisman’s initial contract expired at the end of last month with the 30-year-old Zimbabwean striker on the radar of Egyptian side, Al Ahly while he was also linked with a move back to Mamelodi Sundowns.
Billiat endured a forgettable season at Chiefs due to a nagging injury, and he now hopes for a better campaign.
Meanwhile, former Warriors captain Willard Katsande has officially confirmed his departure from Kaizer Chiefs after spending 10 years at Naturena where he made 326 appearances, a record for a foreigner.
Katsande is set to be unveiled at Amazulu this Thursday with the club preparing for the CAF Champions league.
Meanwhile, Zimbabwean players continue flocking to the newly promoted DSTV premiership side, Sekhukhune United which is hunting for experince
Ovidy Karuru is likely to join fellow countrymen Tapuwa Kapini, Walter Musona, McClive Phiri, Talent Chawapiwa and Evans Rusike, while King Nadolo was having trials at the Kempton Park based outfit.
With Kapini and Karuru having permanent residence in South Africa, they are not regarded as foreigners, thus allowing the club to sign more players from other countries.
The club has been very welcoming to players who are seeking new pastures, more still with most players being free agents.