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.

Driver killed in hail of bullets in posh Durban suburb

News

A high-end luxury vehicle peppered with bullets rammed into a gate to business premises in La Lucia, north of Durban, ...

Crew member's body found in Lake Jozini after houseboat fire

News

The body of a crew member who went missing after a fire on a houseboat on Lake Jozini in northern KwaZulu-Natal was ...

Two KZN constables arrested for ‘cash for jobs’ scam

News

Two constables are expected to appear in the Durban magistrate's court on Friday in connection with an alleged ...

Lake Jozini boat fire survivors prepare to repatriate body to Germany amid pending legal ...

News

Left with just one working cellphone, a set of clothing each, substitute passports and little cash, four German men are ...

Newcastle municipality hauls Action SA mayoral candidate to court

Politics

Action SA's mayoral candidate in Newcastle has been accused of polluting the Amcor Dam and Ncandu River in an attempt ...

Campaigning gets dirty in Newcastle

Politics

ActionSA's mayoral candidate in the Newcastle municipality has been accused of polluting the Amcor Dam and Ncandu River ...

KZN paramedic shot dead, another critically injured

News

A KwaZulu-Natal Emergency Medical Services paramedic has been shot dead two kilometres from the Estcourt Provincial ...

Authorities call for justice after KZN LGBTQI+ activist brutally murdered

News

Social development MEC Nonhlanhla Khoza said the alleged murderer boasted after the attack, and demanded that the ...

KZN lawyer in court for allegedly stealing clients’ RAF payouts

News

Mzwandile Ntombela, 51, was arrested by the Durban-based Hawks’ serious commercial crime investigation team on Sunday.

Three Durban beaches reopen after E. coli levels improve

News

Three Durban beaches reopened on Saturday after levels of E. coli improved "tremendously".