Warriors and Kaizer Chiefs winger, Khama Billiat celebrates his 31st birth today.
Billiat was born on the 19th of August in 1990 in Harare at Mufakose Clinic.
Billiat played for Caps United football club before he went on to play in the South African league though he didn’t even kick a ball at CAPS United.
Between 2010 and 2013, Billiat was playing for Ajax Cape Town in South Africa.
Khama signed a five year contract at Mamelodi Sundowns on 19 August 2013 after leaving Ajax Cape Town.
In May 2016 Billiat was instrumental in Mamelodi Sundowns’ dominance in the ABSA premier league.
He managed to scoop the player of the month award during the season.
In 2016 he was also name PSL Player of the season, Absa Premiership Players’ player of the season, Absa Premiership Midfielder of the Season.
After the end of 2017/2018 Season, Khama joined Soweto giants Kaizer Chiefs from Sundowns.
He recently signed a two year contract extension with Kaizer Chiefs.
Khama also launched Khama Billiat Foundation with its vision hinged on contributing to society by positively impacting on the lives that matter.
Recently, through his Foundation, he donated goods to his former primary school, Gwinyiro, in Mufakose.
He was at Gwinyiro for his Grade 2 in 1998 where he started playing for the school team when doing his Grade 3.
When he was doing Grade 5 he attracted the attention of Marc Duvillard who sent his representatives to Khama’s family to offer to cater for his school needs and fees.
He would later join Aces Academy. Growing up Khama was inspired by his uncle Cheche Billiat who used to play for CAPS United as well as Alois Bunjira who both were his role models.
Though his father was a footballer playing for CAPS United Football Club, he didn’t make it into the first team.