Azariele M. Sekese

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Azariele M. Sekese (1849-1930). Playwright and writer.

Author of dramatized animal satires in Lesotho in the 1880s. His work, along with Job Moteame, contains some of the earliest recorded examples of black dramatic writing. His dialogues, written and published as Pitso ea linonyana in 1928, is considered the first published play in Southern Sotho. ***

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