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Former Orlando Pirates player has been accused of running away with 90k

Past Orlando Pirates Football Club player Tendai Ndoro is no unique case, having started or tinkered with the business world to improve his compensation in the wake of hanging up his boots. 

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The 35-year-old Zimbabwean overall is represented to have a transportation association, and one of his past accomplices, Onisimo Mutimba, has faulted him for swindling him of R90,000. 

Ndoro cheated Mutimba out of his merited money when he was meanwhile working for him, according to Mutimba, who right now lives in Germiston, Eastrand, Gauteng. He claimed to have been one of his drivers from June to December of last year, and that he was driving a 2014 Hyundai auto that he by and large used to send her mother to experts after she encountered a stroke. 

Ndoro apparently let him in on he required a more prominent vehicle so he could deal with his mother. Likewise, urged him to sell his auto and he would give him the extra resources for purchase a greater vehicle; he sold the vehicle for R90,000. 

Target South Africa is the source. 

He continued to explain that he put away the money in February of last year, declaring that it was for the most part R77 000, and that he moreover gave him R13 000 in genuine cash. He procured Tendai's SUV since he didn't have his own, and he simply a short time frame before Ndoro came to assemble it. 

Mutimba went to Ndoro's home in Kyalami out of earnestness, yet was denied entry on account of the premises being especially gotten by security. He returned to the space, but he was unable to contact or see him 


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