Congratulations IB Class of 2016

Waterford Kamhlaba’s IB Class of 2016 maintained the school’s impressive performance in their International Baccalaureate Diploma results. Out of the 113 students who sat for the globally competitive pre-university programme, 89% were awarded a diploma. The Class of 2016 obtained an average of 33, well above the world Diploma average of…

Alumni reunion weekend

The form 5 class of 1998 spent the first weekend of December in Swaziland, at Waterford Kamhlaba. This was a well-planned event which was driven by Celeste Jacobs (Swaziland, WK 92-98). Alumni attended all the way from Tanzania, Botswana, South Africa and different parts of Swaziland. They first spent the…

Christmas Gift for Nkwene High School girls

Sharon Neves (Swaziland, WK 92-98) with the help of Waterford Kamhlaba Form 5 Class of 1996 and her Facebook friends handed a Christmas gift of a three month supply of sanitary pads to 120 Nkwene High School girls. She started this campaign in October 2015. This was after she found…

Giving back to the community

On Monday, 19 December, Ntokozo Bhembe (Swaziland, WK 06-07), Sakhile Dlamini (Swaziland, WK 06-07) and Njabulo Masuku (Swaziland, WK 97-00) brought together the Swazi community for a Google Tech focused presentation that took place at Mbabane National Library. These alumni are also founding members of Young Climbers in Swaziland. This…

IB2 Graduation Speech: Joanne de Koning

Good evening Ladies and Gentlemen, parents, link parents, members of the Governing Council, staff, friends and siblings and, of course, to the honoured guests of the evening – the Graduating Class of 2016. I am indeed very honoured to have been asked to speak at this event and I thank…

SWAZILAND PREMIERE OF “A UNITED KINGDOM” A HUGE SUCCESS

The Swaziland premiere of “A United Kingdom” was a huge success with all 119 tickets sold out before the event! The event was an evening of entertainment, featuring the film - “A United Kingdom” - which was premiered at The Movie Zone last Friday, 02 December 2016, starting at 1900hrs.…

"Survive" - Poem written by IB2

Written and performed by Diana Kamau, Likhwa Ndlovu, Makeda Ferguson, Seapehi Molise and Spike Asri. I was you With wide eyes, a bright smile and an unbreakable spirit I came from a distant nearby island continent called ‘home’ Home was- sun, snow, monsoon type of sweater weather Where the food spoke a touch of…

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