WK Reunion in Swaziland – Accommodation, Meals & Arrangement For Children


WK offers various types of accommodation in each hostel. We will decide which hostels we use based on numbers of registered alumni.

Rooms are single occupancy with a single bed. We will endeavour to accommodate any requests for neighbors, hallmates, etc. Where no requests are made, we will place people with/near someone they might know.

There are limited double rooms, which we will make available to families traveling with children.


Your registration fee includes an evening meal on Friday; breakfast, lunch, and dinner on Saturday; and breakfast and lunch on Sunday. Welcome drinks and limited wine and beer are included at dinner times for adults.

There will be the opportunity for you to inform us of any special dietary requirements on the registration form.

Arrangement for Children

Children 3 and under will share a room with parents. Please bring sleeping bags, or inflatable mattresses as needed. You may also opt to pay for your child, age 3 and under, to have his or her own bed. All members of a family will be placed near each other, but rooms are not adjoining. Where possible, we will place families in a double room.

We anticipate children will eat the same food as their parents, and we do not provide special meals. You may want to pack your child’s favorite snacks, and if your child has special dietary needs, please bring food that he or she will be able to eat.

We will not be providing alternative activities or child care during the weekend.

Related Links

WK Reunion in Swaziland

Travel and Visa Information › What to Pack and What to Do in Swaziland ›

Registered Alumni
WK Reunion in Swaziland

  • Zohra McDoolley Aimone (WK 85)
  • Koko Bhengu (WK 85)
  • Jeroen Commissaris (WK 86)
  • Pim Commissaris (WK )
  • Adrian de Koning (WK 84)
  • Jane Dlamini (WK 83)
  • Monwabisi Fandeso (WK 77)
  • Andrew Foose (WK 82)
  • Sibongile Pefile Gumbi (WK 86)
  • Nicholas Healy (WK 89)
  • Nkosinathi Hlatshwayo (WK 86)
  • Ross Jennings Jennings (WK 87)
  • Nomsa Dlamini Khoza (WK 85)
  • Elijah Koloti (WK 92)
  • Celisse Ruiz Macaulay (WK 06)
  • Sbusiso Mal (WK 93)
  • Bongani Mamba (WK 87)
  • Zanele Masuku (WK 85)
  • Sammy Matebane (WK 94)
  • Stephanie Henwood Mathews (WK 83)
  • Mafa Matlala (WK 94)
  • Palesa Moitse (WK 83)
  • Thabiso Molefe (WK 01)
  • Kathryn Barnard Monaghan (WK 81)
  • Emmanuel Mosiane (WK )
  • Nhlanhla Msomi (WK 87)
  • Allison Foose Myeza (WK 81)
  • Rosemary Moffat Noge (WK 94)
  • Thapelo Nteta (WK 83)
  • Thembinkosi Dlamini Nunes (WK 85)
  • Russell Nxumalo (WK 00)
  • Karen Henwood ODonnabhain (WK 84)
  • Lynda Pefile (WK 83)
  • Maseae Putsoa (WK 85)
  • Stephen Quaye (WK 89)
  • Sian Rees (WK 77)
  • Quinton Reissmann (WK 73)
  • Precious Khumalo Rodolo (WK 83)
  • Terence Sibiya (WK 87)
  • Theo Sibiya (WK 91)
  • Ayanda Sisulu (WK 94)
  • Annie Smith Smith (WK 83)
  • Annie Smith Smith (WK 83)
  • Julia Thompson (WK 85)
  • Gideon Tunmer (WK 77)


55th Anniversary Reunions › Our Alumni Profiles › Alumni Newsletter › Events › Opportunities › Transcripts & Contact Updates ›

© Waterford Kamhlaba UWCSA 2019

Follow Waterford Kamhlaba United World College Southern Africa - (WKUWCSA) on Linkedin
Follow the Waterford Kamhlaba United World College Southern Africa - (WKUWCSA) page on YouTube
Follow the Waterford Kamhlaba United World College Southern Africa - (WKUWCSA) page on Instagram
Follow @WaterfordUWCSA on Twitter
Follow the Waterford Kamhlaba United World College Southern Africa - (WKUWCSA) page on Facebook

Website designed & hosted by Onswaziline