Ndlovu had refused paternity, claiming that he wanted to carry out DNA tests to prove if the children were his, but a magistrate last week gave an interim order in favour of Ndlovu’s former wife, after Ndlovu has said he did not have money to pay for the tests.
Ndlovu, who now plays for Thanda Royal Zulu in Durban, was ordered to pay R10 000 in total. R2500 would go to each child and Dee would get R5000.
Initially, the former wife was demanding about R36 000.
Ndlovu also has other maintenance cases in London and Harare.