„Tabase. Kaffer-Burschen üben sich im Fechten“ (“Tabase. Kaffir fellows fencing“). Two boys are wearing indigenous clothing, and partly bangles and adornments. They are holding sticks in their hands. In the background is a crowd of people. The surroundings are marked by a bleak landscape.; Richard Paul Moths, born in 1872 in Kösen (Germany), was a carpenter. In 1899 he married Helene Ledoux. From 1900 till 1948 he worked as a missionary in South Africa East (Silo, Baziya, Tabase). He died in 1950 in South Africa.