WK students on Survivor Challenge
Some of the students taking part in the Survivor challenge
When 80 students jumped out of the bus into the Mlawula Nature Reserve campsite, they were not a bunch of teenagers. They were on a mission. Already divided into groups of eight - Form 4s and two IB 1s â€“ each group had a specific dynamic and a precise role to play over the weekend. This was Survivor Weekend.
Holiday project at Mbuluzi Game Reserve
â€śGuys, did you hear baboons howling?â€ť Jateen asked, with excitement as well as fear. â€śI propose that we now pack our food and go back to the tent,â€ť he said, mentioning that we might be robbed by those baboons.
Saving the rhino: WK students join the big war
(From right: Mikayla, Nobukhosi, Tyler, Thembela and Lloyd sharing their experiences with the school. Picture: Banele Nkambule)
Meet Nobukhosi Moyo, Mikayla van Rensburg, Lloyd Antrobus, Tyler Dâ€™orsi and Thembela Shabalala. These are ordinary young people who are passionate about an extraordinary animal, the rhino, whose survival hangs by a thread.
October 2014 alumni events in the US, UK and Netherlands
We are delighted to give you information about the upcoming Waterford Kamhlaba events in the United States ,the United Kingdom, and the Netherlands.
We hope you'll be able to join us!
Pete and Aleta Armstrong spearhead Swazilandâ€™s first design expo
Two of Swazilandâ€™s leading artists and art collectors, Pete and Aleta Armstrong, successfully hosted the countryâ€™s first ever design show, (the Swaziland Art and Design Expo or SADE) in August and September.
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