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IB Diploma
GRADUATION
PROGRAMME
UWC believes that to achieve peace and a sustainable
future, the values it promotes are crucial:
Esibayeni Lodge
Friday 21 November, 2014
5.30 pm
International and intercultural understanding
Celebration of difference
Mutual responsibility and respect
Compassion and service
Respect for the environment
A sense of idealism
Personal challenge
Action and personal example
Contact:
P. O. Box 52, Mbabane, H100
Telephone: + 24220866/7/8
Facsimile: +268 24220088
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.waterford.sz
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Masters of Ceremonies:
Jules BidГ©, (Benin, WK 2008-14)
Joy Dekker, (Netherlands, WK 2013-14)
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SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
Presentation
of Certificates
“Survivor”
Certificates
Principal’s
Remarks
Choir
Mr. Martin Mwenda, (IB Diploma Programme Coordinator);
Mr. Stephen Lowry, (Principal);
Ms. Sue Hall, (Head of Ekukhuleni Residence in 2008)
UWC makes education a force to unite people,
nations and cultures for peace and a sustainable
future
Special Thanks and Appreciation
Mr. Bruce Wells, the Deputy Principal for his leadership and Coordination of the IB Diploma
programme graduation planning;
Mr. Stephen Lowry, (Principal)
Alicia Simba, (Tanzania, WK 2008-14);
Panashe Masoha, (Zimbabwe, WK 2013-14);
Linda Msibi, (Swaziland, WK 2009 -15);
Mumbi Kanyogo, (Kenya, WK 2013-14);
Lineo Matsela, (Lesotho, WK 2013-14);
Matilda Mahne, (Finland, WK 2013-14);
Rosa Nassivila, (Mozambique, WK 2008 -14);
Siyabonga Nkosi, (South Africa, 2013-14);
Zwelakhe Dlamini, (Swaziland, WK 2013-14);
Likhwa Ndlovu, (Zimbabwe, WK, 2011-16);
Mpho Sakhile, (South Africa, WK 2014-15);
Shanice Arlow, (Namibia, WK 2009-15);
Kgotla Mmopi, (Botswana WK, 2011-15);
Fiina Narhi, (Finland, WK 2014-15);
Fezile Mnisi, (Swaziland 2010-15);
Kebokile Nyathi, (Zimbabwe, WK 2010-15);
Jacqueline Nkhonjera, (Malawi 2012-15);
Mrs. Tracey Stewart for her administrative support and ticket sales,
Mr, Dan Amoaten, Mme. HГ©lГЁne Caillet, Mr. Chisenga Chikwanda and Mr. Bongani Nxumalo,
Ms. Pernille Tilonge, Mrs. Mary Tinney and Mr. Polycarp Wekesa, for leading student groups,
organising logistics and their ongoing support in the students’ residences;
Ms. Lynette Rowberry, Ms. Pernille Tilonge and the dГ©cor committee for the decoration;
The Parents Staff Association (PSA) for financial and moral support;
Mme. HГ©lГЁne Caillet and her committee for their hard work on the slideshows and video
used during the graduation ceremony;
The IB DP-1 student committees who worked hard (despite their huge workload!) to put
this event together;
Parents, grandparents, guardians and all our wonderful Link Parents for their love, care, and
support over the last 7 years and everyone else who helped to make this event a success;
Mr. Iain Pearson, Kim Sinnige, Ying Dai, Connor Baer and all who provided the photographs
used in this programme document and slides.
Marimba players:
Nomfundo Mncina, (Swaziland, WK 2009-14);
Tandza Simelane, (Swaziland, WK 2008-14);
Zakithi Nkosi, (Swaziland, WK 2008-14)
Esther Bolatimi, (Nigeria, WK, 2008-14);
Performing “Kutsi Ma NgiGiye”
Address to the
Class of 2014
Mr. Bruce Wells, (Deputy Principal)
Reflections of the IB
Diploma Coordinator
Mr. Martin Mwenda, (IB Diploma Programme Coordinator)
Song
Panashe Masoha, (Zimbabwe, WK 2013-14), Vocalist;
Mpho Sakhile, (South Africa, WK 2014-15), Keyboard;
“Fly Away” by Panashe Masoha
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Being at Waterford Kamhlaba UWC has been
an invaluable educational experience, as I have
learnt a lot about myself as a person, as a Swazi, as an African and as a citizen of the world.
I have met some really amazingly talented
people and engaged with many activities. My
thinking, ideas and beliefs have been challenged. This has helped to me discover more
about myself and others. It was through many
spirited intercultural discussions and analyses
of world issues, that I realized we are all concerned about making the world a better place,
for all. It was the different perspectives we have
that showed me that we all want change. But
sometimes we just have to be realistic with
what it is that we want. My Waterford Kamhlaba UWC experience has been what it has been
because of the people who made a lasting
impression on my life. I can confidently say
that I am a different person from the person I
was when I first walked into
the gates of this school.
- Mkhanyisi Gcebani Gamedze,
(Swaziland, WK 2013-14)
We sometimes forget that there are eight
nationalities represented at the breakfast table
on a regular morning, and that wars have been
fought over differences, because somehow our
extra ordinary diversity has become our everyday life, at Waterford Kamhlaba UWC, a place
that has been our home for the past two years.
These two years have been absolutely stunning,
from the time I’ve spent climbing mountains,
to the time I have spent climbing through the
pile of Physics papers. I couldn’t have found a
better place to call my home and people to call
my family than at Waterford Kamhlaba UWC.
Admittedly, I’m absolutely terrified to get onto
the plane tomorrow, because I’m going to be
lost without my people here, and so, I thank you
all for an amazing UWC experience. Ngiyabonga
ngiyanitsandza!
Diana Michelle Grote
(USA, WK 2013-14)
“ Waterford Kamhlaba
UWC exposes students
to local manifestations of
global challenges, including
inequality and injustices
in people’s material lives”
Laurence Nodder
“Just to Get the
Diploma!”
The IB Diploma Journey at Waterford Kamhlaba UWC Slide Show
Reflections of a
Residential Tutor
Mr. Chisenga Chikwanda, Deputy Head, Emhlabeni Residence
Dance
Dipali Tikone, (India, WK 2013-14);
Beenal Navin, (South Africa, WK 2013-14);
Nayifa Nihad, (Maldives, WK 2014-15);
Jouie Jinnah, (Bangladesh, WK 2012-15);
Esther Bolatimi, (Nigeria, WK, 2008- 14);
Performing a classical Indian dance
The Student
Perspective
The IB-UWC
Experience
Duet:
Nicholas Carey, (USA, WK 2013-14);
Patrick Wells, (South Africa, WK, 2008-2014);
Tandza Simelane, (Swaziland, WK 2008 -14);
Video compiled by Kim Rianne Sinnige, (WK, Netherlands, 2013-14)
Zwelakhe Dlamini, (Swaziland, WK �13-14); Vocalist;
Matilda Mahne, (Finland, WK 2013-14); Vocalist;
Featuring: Samuel Wilkinson, Head of Music, Keyboard
Performing: “Con Te Partiró” by Francesco Sartori
Tribute to
Pat Earnshaw
Mutsawamwari Makufa, (Zimbabwe, WK 2010-14)
Vote of
Thanks
Nomfundo Mncina, (Swaziland, WK 2008-14);
Dinner
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ENTERTAINMENT
Dance
Fernando Chivela, (Angola, WK 2013-14);
Xiluva Hill, (Mozambique, WK 2009-15);
Performing Kizomba, an Angolan dance
Song
Zwelakhe Dlamini, (Swaziland, WK 2013-14); Vocalist,
Mpho Sakhile, (South Africa, WK 2014-15); Vocalist,
Likhwa Ndlovu, (Zimbabwe, WK, 2011-16); Vocalist,
Kgotla Mmopi, (Botswana WK 2011-15); Vocalist;
Performing “Nginesipono Sasethekwini”
Song
STUDENT REFLECTIONS
Waterford Kamhlaba UWC, has given me an opportunity to engage
with people of diverse backgrounds: races and nationalities as well as
people of different political, religious, moral and socio-economic affiliations. As such the UWC experience at Waterford Kamhlaba has left
me with no choice but to learn, not to cram and absorb, but to learn
critically. But for me the essence of the UWC lies in the idea that the
benefits of this experience and education do not end at a prestigious
tertiary education, money and fantastic memories but extend to create
a desire to initiate change. Not just change on a grand scale but on a
more personal level. To continue trying new things - maybe feminism,
helping out at a local primary school or debating the pros and cons of
nationalism. Just generally striving to be better
- Mumbi Makena Kanyogo, (Kenya, WK 2013-14)
Alicia Simba, (Tanzania, WK 2008-14); Vocalist,
Panashe Masoha, (Zimbabwe, WK 2013-14); Vocalist,
Allegra von Hirschberg, (USA, WK 2008-14); Cielo
Naomi Walker, (UK, WK 2008-14); Keyboard,
Performing the song “Over the Rainbow” by E.Y. Harburg
Marimba
Munsanda Muleya, (Zambia, WK 2013-14);
Nyambura Mungai, (Kenya, 2013-14);
Kylah Holmes, (Mozambique, 2011-14);
Karen Chalamilla, (Tanzania, WK 2013-14);
Nicolette Sauramba, (Zimbabwe, WK 2010-14)
Zvikomborero Musvoto, (Zimbabwe, WK 2010-14);
Featuring: Mr. Tendayi Chinyanga, (Zimbabwe, Economics Teacher, Guitar
“UWC educates
and supports
young people to
take initiative and
embrace personal
challenge”
“UWC inspires
leadership and
commitment
to social
responsibility”
Performing “Walilowelela”, by Mampi Mirriam Mukape
Band
Nomfundo Mncina, (Swaziland WK 2009-14); Vocalist,
Linda Msibi, (Swaziland WK 2009-15), Vocalist;
Panashe Masoha, (Zimbabwe, WK 2013-14); Violin,
Moemedi Rakhudu, (Botswana, WK 2009-15); Guitar,
Leslie-Anne Bernard, (Jamaica, WK 2013-14); Shaker,
Fikiswa Nkambule, (Swaziland, WK 2011-16); Drums,
Tiwonge Chirwa, (Malawi, WK 2013-14); Drums,
Uwella Rubuga, (Tanzania, WK 2013-14); Drums,
Featuring
Mr. Mukisha Beuta, (Swaziland); Instrumental Music Teacher, Keyboard,
Performing “Jik’izinto” by Zonke Dikana
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Community
interaction is
placed
at the heart of
college life
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Charmaine Nyakonda
Zimbabwe
83
Emmanuel Nyambayo
Zimbabwe
84
Janice Ongole
Uganda
85
Noel Orwothwun
Uganda
86
John Ota
Nigeria
87
Arnaz Patel
Mozambique
88
Denise Perestrelo
Namibia
89
Molungoa Ramataboe
Lesotho
90
Uwella Rubuga
Tanzania
91
Temusa Rukundo
Swaziland
92
Nicolette Sauramba
Zimbabwe
93
Philipp Schorscher
Germany
94
Luyanda Shongwe
Swaziland
95
Jabulani Sifundza
Swaziland
96
Alicia Simba
Tanzania
97
Tandza Simelane
Swaziland
98
Thabile Simelane
Swaziland
99
Kim Sinnige
Netherlands
100
Kyle Stewart
Swaziland
101
Torunn SГёrlie
Norway
102
Moyosore Tejumola
Nigeria
103
Dipali Tikone
India
104
Meghan Tinney
Britain
105
Benjamin Underwood
Britain
106
Linda Uusitalo
Finland
107
Niels van den Burg
Netherlands
108
Allegra von Hirschberg
USA
109
Naomi Walker
Britain
110
Nicolette Young
South Africa
111
Patrick Wells
South Africa
112
Rachel Whyman
Britain
113
Kaylene Williamson
Swaziland
114
Sara Worku
Ethiopia
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Duet
Matilda Mahne, (Finland, WK 2013-14);
Fiina Narhi, (Finland, WK 2014-15);
Panashe Masoha, (Zimbabwe, WK 2013-14) Violin
Performing “Suvivirsi”
Dance
Helmer Henderson, (Angola, WK 2014-):
Atishay Gupta, (India, 2013-14):
Fernando Chivela, (Angola, WK 2013-14);
Kapambwe Chalwe, (Zambia, WK 2013-14)
Dancing to a Congolese song “Karolina”
Band
Pauline Baregu, (Tanzania, WK 2013-14); Vocalist
Jesca Chengula, (Tanzania, WK 2014-15 ); Vocalist
Shingirai Dhoro, (Zimbabwe, WK 2014-15); guitar
Featuring:
Mr. Tendayi Chinyanga, (Zimbabwe, Economics Teacher); Drums
Mr. Chisenga Chikwanda, (Economics Teacher); Guitar
Mr. Stephen Kalebu, Instrumental Music Teacher); Keyboard
Performing “Malaika” by Fadhili William
Dance
Wezi Bota, (Zambia WK 2009-2014)
Nicolette Sauramba, (Zimbabwe 2010-2014)
Esther Bolatimi, (Nigeria 2009-2014)
Leslie-Anne Bernard, (Jamaica 2013-2014)
Performing a West African Dance
Coffee Bar
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CONGRATULATIONS
IB CLASS OF 2014
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Sisekelo Mabuza
Swaziland
49
Nadia Macharia
Kenya
50
Sindiso Mafico
Zimbabwe
51
Adam Magara
Uganda
Names
Nationality
29
Mkhanyisi Gamedze
Swaziland
52
Matilda Mahne
Finland
Kaina Arizcurinaga
Bolivia
30
Diana Grote
USA
53
Chris Makufa
Zimbabwe
2
Pauline Baregu
Tanzania
31
Atishay Gupta
India
54
Kudzaiishe Mapfunde
Zimbabwe
3
LeslieAnne Bernard
Jamaica
32
Nyasha Gutu
Zimbabwe
55
Phiwosetfu Maphalala
Swaziland
4
Jules BidГ©
Benin
33
Damian Hammond
South Africa
56
Stephen Masaka
Zimbabwe
5
Pamela Bijl
Mozambique
34
Yamikani Hapaguti
Zimbabwe
57
Lindumusa Maseko
Swaziland
6
Ludzi Bokete
Botswana
35
Stella Hill
Germany
58
Panashe Masoha
Zimbabwe
7
Esther Bolatimi
Nigeria
36
Philani Hlanze
Swaziland
59
Phindile Masuku
Zimbabwe
8
Wezi Bota
Zambia
37
Kylah Holmes
Mozambique
60
Lineo Matsela
Lesotho
9
Sander Bredal
Norway
38
Ridwaan Ismail
South Africa
61
Biko Mboka-Boyer
USA
10
Beatriz Cabrita
Portugal
39
Sofie Jordheim
Norway
62
KerryAnn Millin
Swaziland
11
Willem Cant
Netherlands
40
Doris Kamala
Tanzania
63
Nomfundo Mncina
Swaziland
12
Nicholas Carey
USA
41
Mumbi Kanyogo
Kenya
64
Lerato Mokoena
South Africa
13
Karen Chalamilla
Tanzania
42
Tanaka Kawondera
Zimbabwe
65
Elizabeth Morris
Britain
14
Kapambwe Chalwe
Zambia
43
Joanna Keel
Swaziland
66
Liyandza Mthembu
Swaziland
15
Tiwonge Chirwa
Malawi
44
Bongi Kellner
Germany
67
Kwame Mukasa
Uganda
16
Fernando Chivela
Angola
45
Rena Kimanzi
Uganda
68
Munsanda Muleya
Zambia
17
Joy Dekker
Netherlands
46
Ina Koekemoer
South Africa
69
Nyambura Mungai
Kenya
47
Kevin Lepissier
France
18
Sarah Devos
Belgium
70
Zvikomborero Musvoto
Zimbabwe
19
Claire Dixon
Zimbabwe
71
Chawanzi Mwale
Zambia
20
Lomthandazo Dlamini
Swaziland
72
Chisomo Mwale
Zambia
21
Sisekelo Dlamini
Swaziland
73
Rosa Nassivila
Mozambique
22
Temaswati Dlamini
Swaziland
74
Beenal Navin
South Africa
23
Zwelakhe Dlamini
Swaziland
75
Aline Ndisebuye
Rwanda
24
Moritz Drechsler
Germany
76
Lindumuzi Ndlovu
Zimbabwe
25
Mphatso Dzekedzeke
Zambia
77
Nyambura Ngacha
Kenya
26
Basak EdГ®zgГ®l
Turkey
78
Louise Nielsen
Denmark
79
Siyabonga Nkosi
South Africa
80
Zakithi Nkosi
Swaziland
81
Thandolwenkosi Nxumayo
Swaziland
27
Bronwen Evans
South Africa
28
Lindelwa Gama
Swaziland
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