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Khama Billiat Biography, Age, Wife, Salary, Net worth & Career

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Khama Billiat

Khama Billiat – Biography, Age, Career, Salary & Net Worth

  • Name: Khama Billiat
  • Occupation: Footballer
  • Date of Birth: 19 August 1990
  • Nationality: Zimbabwean
  • Net Worth: An estimated net worth of R75 million

Khama Billiat (born 19 August 1990) is a Zimbabwean forward who plays for Kaizer Chiefs in the South African Premier Division. He is the highest-paid PSL player in South Africa.

Khama Billiat Age

Billiat was born on 19 August 1990 in Harare, Zimbabwe. He is 31 years old as of 2021 and celebrates his birthday on August 19th every year.

Khama Billiat Height

He stands at a height of 1.70m

Khama Billiat Parents

The Zimbabwean international was born to Rosa and Mustafo Billiat. His father also played for Zimbabwean club, CAPS United.

Khama Billiat Early Life

Billiat attended Gwinyiro Primary School in Mufakose, Harare where he was discovered by Mr Arufa Sumani, a school groundsman. His impressive talent was noticed and he soon became the captain of the school’s first team.

At ten years old, he enrolled at Aces Youth Soccer Academy. He was recruited from the youth academy by CAPS United in 2010.

Khama Billiat Career

International Career

Billiat made his debut for the Zimbabwean national team on 26 March 2011 against Mali in the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers. He has since then made several appearances for the team in different competitions including the 2017 African Cup of Nations.

As of 10 September 2019, he has had 43 caps and scored 17 goals for Zimbabwe. His first goal for Zimbabwe came in a friendly match against Zambia.

Club Career

Billiat played at the Aces Youth Soccer Academy in Harare before he moved to CAPS United. He has since then played for Ajax Cape Town, Mamelodi Sundowns and Kaizer Chiefs.

While at Mamelodi Sundowns, he won the CAF Champions League making them the second South African team to win the continental title. He moved to Kaizer Chiefs on 1 July 2018 on free transfer and was offered R10 million a year.

His debut for Kaizer Chiefs was against his former club, Mamelodi Sundowns in a 1-1 league draw on 4 August 2018.

Khama Billiat Wife

Billiat is married to Esnath Munyedawo and they have a daughter named Kimberly. The two reportedly met in church.

Khama Billiat Salary

Billiat earns a salary of R833,333 making him the highest-paid player in the ABSA Premiership.

Khama Billiat Worth

He has an estimated net worth of 75 million rands. Billiat has a good taste for cars. His garage includes a 2019 Range Rover Lumma CLR RS, a pearl white Infinity, a white BMW hatchback amongst others.

Khama Billiat Honours

  • PSL Player of the Season: 2016
  • PSL Players’ Player of the Season: 2016
  • PSL Midfielder of the Season: 2016
  • 3x South African Champions – 17/18, 15/16, 13/14
  • 1x South African Cup Winner – 15/16
  • 1x Nedbank Cup Winner – 14/15
  • 1x CAF Champions League Winner – 2016
  • 1x CAF Super Cup Winner – 2017
  • 1x COSAFA Cup Winner 2018

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