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Katsande reflects on harrowing hijacking ordeal

Sekhukhune United midfielder Willard Katsande has opened up on the harrowing hijacking ordeal he went through earlier this week.

Katsande was parked near Southgate Mall with his 22-year-old nephew Kelvin Katsande when they were assaulted by three men around 6:30pm.

They dragged Katsande along the tar and pointed a barrel to his head before making off with his car. The former Kaizer Chiefs midfielder goes on to say he thought he was going to die.

"We were near Southgate Mall, I was standing outside the car, and my nephew was inside. Three men came to us with guns; they aggressively put me down. They dragged me on my knees on the tar; I have bruises from the dragging.

"I could feel the barrel of a gun at the back of my head and thought that was the end of my life. The other one pulled me with my private parts. It was a horrific experience," the former Zimbabwe international told FARPost.

"We went to the police station and alerted the tracking company. I'm told the car was recovered in Eldorado Park, but they say it's damaged. I'll see it later on."