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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KZN class of 2021 the 'most resilient' after facing July unrest and Covid-19 disruptions

The class of 2021 in KwaZulu-Natal has proven to the "most resilient" in recent history, education MEC Kwazi Mshengu ...

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WATCH | Lifeguards save 11 bathers washed out to sea in Toti

Faced with 11 bathers swept out to sea at once, a suicide attempt and a suspect allegedly using the sea to evade ...

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#Zuma dominates social media for yet another year

Former president Jacob Zuma is still the most talked about South African on social media.

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Paramedics save the day as geese rescued from vacant pool

Emer-G-Med paramedics were called out for an unusual emergency on Wednesday.

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From ‘be on the lookout’ reports to helping a family get back to US, SA crime group has ...

Almost in its 10th year, SA Community Crime Watch (SACCW) is a registered non-profit organisation which helps solve ...

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Durban family mourns after brothers, aged 7 and 9, in resort pool tragedy

Two brothers got into difficulty while swimming at Alpine Heath Resort in the Drakensberg at the weekend. The younger, ...

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WATCH | Fire rages at Durban vehicle repair workshop

Durban firefighters were battling flames at a Durban workshop in Glen Anil on Thursday afternoon.

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WHO director-general ‘pained’ by racist cartoon of Omicron coming from South Africa

World Health Organisation DG Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus says it pains him that shows of racism, like the recent cartoon ...

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SA’s famous blue couch goes on tour

From a warehouse to a pavement outside a Durban informal settlement, SA's most famous blue couch has gone on tour.

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Umlazi father crawled on N2 freeway to escape men who shot him during July unrest

Bongani Mkhize crawled on the N2 freeway and hid under a bridge after he had been shot near Wentworth, south of Durban, ...