"I heard that the police were looking for me, so I went to the police station and they told me that I was sought for hitting my wife.
"She had already spoken to the guys and I slept in the police cells for two days for nothing and then after court she came to me to apologise. What is that?" he asked.
Ndoro refused to give details of what happened on the day, stating that the matter will unfold in court. "All I have to say is that my hands are clean. I have never laid my hands on any woman," he said.
Ndoro said he wanted his estranged wife to stop lying about him and stop tarnishing his good name.
Maseko, who vacated their marital home in Benoni last week after Ndoro stopped paying for it, denied the claims, saying that there was another woman behind the collapse of their marriage.
Maseko said she received an eviction notice from Ndoro which was written and sent to her by the girlfriend, who is a well-known real estate agent in Pretoria.
"I moved out of the house on Saturday. I am currently living with family members and I have to drive for about an hour every morning to drop my son off at school .
"The agent said we must move out after the woman wrote them a letter asking them to remove us because Tendai will not be paying for the house anymore," Maseko said.
She insisted that their marriage certificate was genuine and that Ndoro is in fact the one who forced her to do it fraudulently.
"He is lying to you. The marriage certificate is not fake. He was not around at the time he made me do it; the reason he made me do it is because he wanted me to help his daughter get a South African birth certificate," she said.
Maseko said Ndoro was trying to make her look bad to protect his lover, "who is financing his lifestyle".