Inside Tendai Ndoro and Thando Maseko's TOXIC Marriage!

A lot of fame and money can make some PSL footballers put everything on the line. Sometimes PSL footballers who are role models to many youngsters across the world can make their fans ashamed.

However, after all, they are just humans like you and me. It means that their poor life decisions can make them a hated character among football fans.

PSL footballers often spend a lot of time in the spotlight as a result their private lives are bound to be public knowledge. As one of the most celebrated PSL footballers to ever feature in South Africa, former Orlando Pirates striker Tendai Ndoro also had the opportunity to mingle with some of the most beautiful women around.
Thando Maseko
Thando Maseko
Like most PSL footballers during his career peak, Ndoro decided to settle down by tieing the knot with a South African beauty, Thando Maseko, with whom he had a troubled relationship. During the course of their marriage, there were allegations of domestic violence and extramarital activities levelled against the former Orlando Pirates player.

The footballer was also arrested for strangling his wife and also for throwing a TV set on her after they had a heated argument over cars keys. The Zimbabwean born footballer was also accused of having an affair with a prominent member of the African National Congress (ANC) who was allegedly funding his lavish lifestyle.
Thando Maseko
Thando Maseko
The former Orlando Pirates striker in his defence would deny the assault allegations stating that his then-wife was trying to tarnish his good name. Tendai Ndoro would go to accuse his wife of fraudulently setting up a marriage certificate between them when they had been married customarily.

According to Thando Maseko, their marriage certificate was authentic and that Tendai Ndoro forced her to obtain the certificate fraudulently. Furthermore, she would go to claim that the reason he made her do it was because he wanted his daughter to have a South African birth certificate.

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