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Nivashni Nair Senior reporter

Nivashni Nair is a multiple award-winning journalist who has interviewed presidents and superstars and travelled throughout KwaZulu-Natal to find the untold stories of the ordinary South African. She has been the eyes and ears of the people during some of the country's major court cases and is always on the lookout for stories of the underdog, unconventional tales and "good" news.

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Two grade 12 girls hacked to death and dismembered on KZN south coast

Two grade 12 girls were hacked to death before their bodies were dismembered on the KwaZulu-Natal south coast.

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WATCH | Truck's brakes fail, slams into two trucks on PMB Townhill stretch

One person was injured when a truck's brakes failed and it slammed into two other trucks on the N3 in Townhill near ...

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Women outnumber men at KZN graduations

More women have graduated than men in KwaZulu-Natal since the start of the year.

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Durban motorist fined R500 for reversing into parking bay

A pensioner was 'shocked' when he was fined R500 for reversing into a parking bay outside Addington Hospital on the ...

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WATCH | KZN boy clocks up TikTok views with Rubik’s Cube skills

About 1.7-million people have watched a KwaZulu-Natal boy solve a Rubik's Cube puzzle on TikTok.

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Two arrested for 'pickpocketing fans' at Saturday’s Bok game

Two men have been arrested for allegedly picking the pockets of spectators at the Springboks/Wales clash at Cape Town ...

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Murder suspect allegedly jumps to death after attacking KZN officer

A 46-year-old murder suspect allegedly jumped to his death after attacking an arresting officer in an Amanzimtoti flat, ...

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Eastern Cape mother in court for allegedly selling 14-year-old girls to elderly men

An Eastern Cape mother appeared in the Scottburgh magistrate’s court on Monday for allegedly selling two 14-year-old ...

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WATCH | Passengers ‘behaving badly’ on moving bus roof on busy Durban highway

A bus driver and passengers who walked on the roof of a moving vehicle on the busy N3 highway should be charged for ...

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Durban still exempt from load-shedding as SA grapples with stage 4

The eThekwini municipality will not have stage 4 load-shedding on Friday.