Sakhiseni Nxumalo is a Sunday Times and TimesLIVE reporter based in KZN, with an interest in telling human interest, crime and court stories.

WATCH | Heavy rain leaves trail of destruction on KZN south coast

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Heavy rainfall hit the KwaZulu-Natal south coast on Sunday night, leaving parts of the Margate CBD, roads and ...

Nzimande gives reasons for dissolving NSFAS board and appointing administrator

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Minister of higher education Dr Blade Nzimande on Sunday gave his reasons for dissolving the National Student Financial ...

Nearly 4,000 people blocked from entering SA illegally over Easter

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Border Management Authority SA commissioner Mike Masiapato has revealed that over a 10-day period during Easter nearly ...

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Accused says if R800k deposit was for AKA hit, why has the source of payment not been ...

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The alleged mastermind behind the murder of Kiernan "AKA" Forbes in February last year has questioned why Sidney Mfunda ...

Bus transporting pupils returning from athletics event crashes in North West

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A group of pupils from the North West are undergoing medical check-ups after a bus accident in the Northern Cape.

Two KZN suspects arrested after allegedly kidnapping six people and demanding ransom

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Two KwaZulu-Natal suspects aged 33 and 41 have been arrested by the Hawks after they allegedly kidnapped six people and ...

R500 bail for 'drunk' driver who crashed into Jacob Zuma's convoy

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A 52-year-old man who was arrested after he crashed into former president Jacob Zuma’s official convoy on Thursday was ...

Money trail led us to the man who deposited hit payoff: AKA detective

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The detective investigating the murders of Kiernan "AKA" Forbes and his friend, chef Tebello "Tibz" Motsoane, outside ...

KZN man who shot his wife 12 times sentenced to 22 years in jail

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A KwaZulu-Natal man who shot his estranged wife 12 times and threatened to kill their 4-year-old daughter has been ...

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KZN paediatrician found murdered in boot of her car

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The KwaZulu-Natal health department has urged police to leave “no stone unturned” after a well-known Pietermaritzburg ...