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The 35-year-old Zimbabwean international is reported to own a trucking company, and one of his former colleagues, Onisimo Mutimba, has accused him of defrauding him of R90,000.
Ndoro defrauded Mutimba out of his hard-earned money when he was still working for him, according to Mutimba, who 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 automobile that he largely used to transport her mother to doctors after she suffered a stroke.
Ndoro allegedly told him he needed a bigger automobile so he could look after his mother. And advised him to sell his automobile and he would give him the remaining funds to purchase a larger vehicle; he sold the car for R90,000.
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He went on to explain that he deposited the money in February of last year, claiming that it was roughly R77 000, and that he also gave him R13 000 in cash. He borrowed Tendai's SUV because he didn't have his own, and he only had it for two weeks before Ndoro came to collect it.
Mutimba went to Ndoro's residence in Kyalami out of desperation, but was denied entry due to the premises being highly secured by security. He returned to the location, but he was unable to contact or see him
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