Former nanny 'devastated' after 3 SA children found dead in their New Zealand home

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Mandy Sibanyoni is shocked at the death of the Dickason children.
Mandy Sibanyoni is shocked at the death of the Dickason children.
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A woman who cared for three South African children who were found dead in their new New Zealand home described the family as "always happy".

Mandy Sibanyoni worked for the Dickason family for years before they moved overseas. She said the news of the girls' death left her devastated.

Liane, 6, and 2-year-old twins Maya and Karla were found dead in their new home this week.

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