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Indira Naidoo 10 Personal Facts, Bio, Wiki
Born: May 15, 1968 (age 54 years), Pietermaritzburg, South Africa
Education: University of South Australia, Launceston Church Grammar School – Senior Campus
Naidoo married Australian television producer and director Mark Fitzgerald in 2002.
In her 2022 book, The Space Between The Stars, she writes about the healing nature of nature, in the wake of her youngest sister’s suicide.
Indira Naidoo is an Australian author, journalist and television and radio presenter.
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Indira Naidoo is an Australian journalist, news presenter, and author. She is well known for SBS News, presenting the late inaugural news. She has also worked with ABC radio news as a presenter.
She attended the University of South Australia and later went to Launceston Church Grammer School Campus.
She was born on 15th May 1968, in Pietermaritzburg South Africa.
Indira stands at an estimated height of 5 feet,6 inches tall.
Indira was born and raised by her parents in Australia. She has not disclosed their identity, however, shall be updated as soon as it is known.
Indira tries to keep her personal life private and therefore she has not disclosed any information to whoever she is married to, however, this information is still under review and shall be updated as soon as it is available
Indira has a younger sister, Manika, who also built a career in journalism just like Indira, and had a family. She died of committing suicide, which his family later disclosed on 20th May 2020.
They said that” on a cold starless night during Melbourne’s first long lockdown”, Manika went into her suburban backyard and there, suddenly and inexplicably, took her own life.
Indira has not disclosed any information concerning her children and their identity, however, this information shall be informed as soon as it is available.
Naidoo began working with SBS News in 1997 broadcasting SBS News, the first Late News she hosted for three years, covering the East Timor independence movement, Fiji coups, and the Balkans conflict in Kosovo. She is currently presenting the late inaugural news.
Indira was previously working at ABC News as a broadcaster and an award-winning journalist.
Indira is well known for being an author and she has written the following books; The space between the stars, Edible City, and The Edible Balcony.
During her 30-year award-winning journalistic career, Ms Naidoo has hosted and reported for some of the country’s most distinguished news and current affair programs – including ABC’s Late Edition nightly news and as an anchor and reporter for SBS TV’s the World News Tonight.
In recent years Indira’s journalistic interest has shifted to the role global environmental issues play in conflict, poverty, food security and homelessness.
She has been the media manager for consumer advocacy group CHOICE where she created the much-anticipated, now yearly, SHONKY awards, and in 2008 was a Geneva-based sustainability consultant with the United Nations’ trade development arm – The International Trade Centre.
For the past 10 years Indira has been an ambassador for Sydney’s homeless crisis centre the Wayside Chapel.