Ndoro's wife opens case after allegedly trying to choke her

Cape Town - Ajax Cape Town forward Tendai Ndoro spent the weekend behind bars after he was accused of assaulting his wife, Thando.

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According to the SowetanLIVE website, the 33-year-old was arrested for allegedly throwing a television at his wife and attempting strangle her.

On Monday, the former Orlando Pirates playe was released from jail after the Boksburg police station received the players R1000 bail.

Over the weekend, Thando opened a domestic violence case against the Zimbabwean at the police station.

"He started changing around March this year. He would always get calls from girls here and there but it's nothing I took seriously," Thando said, outside the Boksburg Magistrate's Court.  

"He wanted the car keys and I didn't give him because I was supposed to drop my son off at school.

"He pinned me on the bed and strangled me while he searched for the keys. He then picked up a TV and threw it at me but I managed to dodge it and it hit the wall," she said.

"I called the police but they advised me not to open a case yet and talk things through with my husband."

The case has been postponed until the end of the month.