On Monday 29 March 2021 Waterford Kamhlaba reopened for face-to-face teaching and learning.
This followed the announcement by the Government of the Kingdom of Eswatini on the reopening of schools on 29 March. The school’s musicians welcomed students with marimbas, acoustic guitar, the French horn and trumpet. Staff lined the walkway to the assembly with balloons and messages of welcome to all. It was a wonderful start to the day and a very special moment for the Waterford community.
In her welcome address, Principal Patricia Angoy thanked everyone for their efforts in ensuring a smooth reopening of the school and further praised the students for being courageous during the time of COVID-19. “We have all been looking forward to this day. We appreciate all of you; you are so courageous,” she said.