Meet Tendai Ndoro a Zimbabwean football player

Tendai Passion Ndoro was  born 15 May 1988 he  is a Zimbabwean footballer who plays as a centre forward. He’s the former player for Orlando Pirates and is a twin brother to Takudzwa Pardon Ndoro.

Biography profile of Tendai Ndoro

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Full name  : Tendai Ndoro

Gender : Male

Age : 26 years old

Date of birth : 15 June  1988

Place of  birth  : Luveve, Bulawayo, Zimbabwe

Nationality  : Zimbabwean

Occupation  : Football player

Instagram  : @tendaindoro

Facebook  : Tendai Ndoro

Early life

Tendai Ndoro was born on the  15th of June 1988. He was born in Luveve, Bulawayo in Zimbabwe. Ndoro, is a goalkeeper. Some of the teams he has played for between 2015 to 2019 include Botswana’s Sharps Shooting Stars and Gilport Lions, Zimbabwe’s Bulawayo City, and Mzansi’s Witbank Spurs. [1]

Education of Tendai Ndoro

Nothing much is known about Tendai’s Education. It is unknown where he attended his primary school but he attended Nketa high school in Bulawayo. That’s all we have about his education we don’t know where he  did his tertiary or Varsity education but will update as soon as we find out about it.

Personal life and Girlfriend Problems

Ndoro announced on his Instagram in December 2017 that he had married his longtime girlfriend. It was alleged that Tendai Ndoro had abused his wife Thando. The football player was taken into custody after he allegedly threw a TV set at his wife and strangled her. The Ajax Cape Town striker spent the weekend in jail after getting into a heated argument with his wife at their Boksburg house.

Tendai Ndoro was accused of breaking up with his girlfriend Nomathemba Manyathela for a South African model, leaving the relationship uncertain. As of 2014, the woman known as Cassandra was reportedly pregnant Ndoro’s child.

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Career of Tendai Ndoro

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Ndoro started his career with Chicken Inn of Zimbabwe in 2011. Two years later, Ndoro completed a move to South African club Black Aces but was immediately returned to Chicken Inn on loan for the rest of the 2013 season. In 2014, he officially joined the Black Aces squad and subsequently made 41 appearances and scored 14 goals over two seasons before departing in 2015 to join Orlando Pirates. [2]

In the 2017–18 season he appeared for three clubs – Orlando Pirates, Al Faisaly, and Ajax Cape Town, in breach of FIFA regulations. As a result, Ajax Cape Town had to forfeit the three league games he had appeared in for them, resulting in their relegation from the South African Premier League. On 26 September, Ndoro signed for Highlands Park.

On 27 December 2019, Al-Orouba from Oman announced that they had signed Ndoro. Ndoro played for the club less than a season in 2020 before the club went bankrupt and closed. Following this sting, Ndoro became ill and was close to a mental breakdown. But in August 2022, he revealed, that he was ready to continue his career.


Additionally, Ndoro was charged in 2014 with hiring two agents simultaneously. Gibson Mahachi allegedly filed a complaint, claiming that Ndoro had breached the terms of the contract by hiring a different agent, which resulted in a loss of agent payments for Gibson Mahachi. Despite having a contract with Mahachi that is still in effect, Ndoro was reportedly conducting his career with the assistance of another agent, Karabo Mathang.

Health issues and Retirement

Social media users began to share pictures of Ndoro in October 2021, showing him appearing to have lost weight. Ndoro was forced to end his football career in November 2021 due to illness. According to reports, Ndoro was diagnosed with diabetes, which had an impact on his vision.

Tendai Ndoro was training with Division One team Simba Bhora before to his alleged resignation. He intended to continue his career with the team after leaving South Africa. NewsDay was informed by Simba Ndoro, who was covering Ndoro’s medical expenses, that Tendai was receiving diabetic treatment; however, the retirement aspect could not be verified. Tendai Ndoro reportedly confided in a close friend that his illness was the reason he had given up football. [3]

Social media and Networth

Tendai’s networth is not yet known at the moment. It is  possible to be over R500 000 Annually. He is on Instagram at tendaindoro7 but there are no posts yet. The account has 89.4K followers and following 253. On facebook he has different accounts so his own is not really known but there’s another page called Tendai Ndoro (Fire) he has 21K followers and 135 following.