Aimé Razafy is one of Madagascar’s most well-known cartoonists and caricaturists. Razafy had a long career at the Madagascar Tribune until 2003 and then worked at La Gazette de la Grande Île until his death in 2009. Razafy was famous for starting his daily column of cartoons, “Sans Cible,” at the Madagascar Tribune and for the “Sans Sommation” cartoon column at La Gazette. Razafy comes from a family of cartoonists; his brother’s cartoons can also be found under Anselme Razafindrainibe, on the Madagascar cartoonists page.
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