Selefu, Mabijo exhibition thrills at National Museum

Mabijo cartoonist Tebogo Motswtla standing next to iconic cartoon dummy Mabijo
Mabijo cartoonist Tebogo Motswtla standing next to iconic cartoon dummy Mabijo

For decades both Simon Seisa and Tebogo Motswetla have provided unending entertainment to newspaper and magazine readers in Botswana with their Selefu and Mabijo cartoons.

Motswetla created the legendary Mabijo, which has been a constant feature in the Daily News, Kutlwano and The Monitor publications, while Seisa’s cartoons bearing his trademark Selefu, have also featured in both the public and private media.

So, when the two veteran cartoonists announced their intention to host an exhibition at the National Museum in Gaborone, many had reason to get excited and when it finally happened on Tuesday night, a capacity crowd filled the Octagon gallery to salute the two men’s creativity.

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