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

Changing fortunes and lives by wiping out historical debt

Tertiary students have opportunities to change their lives thanks to several bursary programmes

WATCH | 'Beating a grown man was not part of my plans for the day,' says woman ...

A Durban woman allegedly beat up a minibus taxi driver in the road after a collision on Wednesday in Umhlanga.

KZN community member killed in protest over illegal electricity connections

A community member was killed when a protest at AbaQulusi in northern KwaZulu-Natal turned violent on Tuesday.

Fears over South Africans living abroad not yet registered to vote

There have been bureaucratic delays in ratifying a court decision affecting South Africans with dual citizenship

All CCTV cameras are now working, says eThekwini municipality

Amid the influx of travellers expected to flock to Durban this festive season, the eThekwini municipality has assured residents and holidaymakers ...

KZN court denies bail to man wanted in US over prescription drug trade

An Indian national alleged to be a leader of an organised criminal group involved in the illicit sale of prescription drugs has been arrested in ...

One-year-old child bitten by family pit bull in Durban

A one-year-old child was injured after being bitten by the family's pit bull in the Hillary area near Queensburgh in Durban.

Three men accused of killing women get their day in court

Private security people, community members and the police’s cold unit achieve success in the fight against gender-based violence

Two suspects linked to shooting of KZN cop at Pavilion killed in standoff with ...

Two suspects believed to be linked to the murder of KwaZulu-Natal police officer Sgt Riyadh Adams were shot dead by the police in KwaMashu on ...

Durban hopes to net 1-million visitors this festive season

Law enforcement has been beefed up in eThekwini in anticipation of about 1-million visitors this festive season, with the hotel occupancy rate ...