Selloane Mokuku is an actor, writer, poet, director, facilitator, researcher and consultant currently pursuing a Masters in Dramatic Arts at the University of Witwatersrand. She is co-director and founder of Liatla Productions (Pty) Ltd; an independent productions company that uses mass media for education, and has been actively involved in an International theatre initiative; Project Phakama.
She facilitated learning at the university level, worked as an independent consultant for government, local, regional and International organizations and chaired the task force that produced the 2005 Lesotho National Cultural Policy. Her passion and expertise is in children, gender, governance and HIV/Aids. She is multi lingual. Her research is on The role of rapid cognition in the facilitation of theatre-making: A case of the 2008 Winter/Summer Institute in Theatre for Development (see http://www.maketheatre.org ).