Historic UWC Day!

“…..what makes the UWC community is its diversity” – Ronnie Kasrils The 2017 UWC day was such an unbelievably great day, accessorised by colour in the form of beautiful traditional attire, delicious food and dances from across the globe; representing the diverse people who are part of the WK UWCSA community.…

A thrilling Inter-house Athletics Competition!

Wednesday, 15 March 2017, was an exciting day as the school’s three house teams battled it out in the inter-house athletics competition. There was lots of talent and some amazing team spirit. Results at the end of the day were as follows: Henderson 1st with 486 points, followed by…

Waterford Changing Lives Through Community Service

Community service continues to be at the heart of the Waterford experience. It is a real opportunity for Waterford Kamhlaba students to make a difference in the communities of Swaziland, and to learn the importance of community engagement. The programme is a core part of the curriculum and allows our…

Holi Festival 2017: Brighter and Lighter than ever

As a roundup of this week’s Asia week activities, Waterford Kamhlaba Asian students ended it off with the Hindu celebration of the Holi Colour festival. Throughout the festival, the mood was good. The event kicked off in the amphitheatre with a presentation from some of the Hindu students about what…

Alumni Stokvel Launched

The Swazi alumni stokvel was successfully launched on Wednesday 8 March 2017 at the Mbabane Theatre Club. The launch was well attended by local alumni. Most of those who were in attendance made their first contributions to the fund. According to Thandile Nxumalo, who is coordinating the stokvel, their target…

A Wonderful Swimming Gala!

Waterford Kamhlaba successfully held its annual inter-house swimming gala on Wednesday, 8th March 2017. Although it was a hot day, the students were not discouraged; spirits were high as they sang, danced and chanted in support of their respective teams. They brought hats, caps, umbrellas, sunscreen and anything else that…

Vuyiswa's amazing first month at WK

Vuyiswa Mngometulu (IB 1) describes her first month at Waterford Kamhlaba as an incredible experience. “Obviously when you go to a new place you do find it hard to cope in the beginning because of the change of environment. This was the case for me. Fine I was in a…

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