Siza

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Siza (meaning 'help' or 'relief' in isiXhosa) is a play that was scripted through an improvisation process with Alistair Dube, Sipho Buthelezi and Patience Mongwane.

A Soyikwa Rural Theatre production was directed by Ray Hlongwane when it was first performed in 1986.

This play also toured abroad and was invited to open the XIth Annual Conference on Commonwealth Literature and Language Studies in German-speaking countries.

Sources

Davis, Geoffrey V. 2003. pp. 172-3.

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