Mamelodi Sundowns team manager Peter Ndlovu might have dodged a financial bullet after the Johannesburg High Court reduced the amount of child support one of the mothers of his 13 children was demanding.

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Ndlovu had been ordered by a lower court to pay almost R30 000 after the mother of two of his children approached the Johannesburg Magistrates’ Court last year.

The mother, who cannot be named, to protect the identity of their children, was demanding R29,845 per month from the former player.

Ndlovu appealed that order In June last year, asking the court to reduce the amount.

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He told the court that the maintenance the mother of two was demanding would be detrimental to his 11 other children he pays maintenance for.


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