He published in Johannesburg, South Africa, the periodical Di idishe fraye prese (The free Jewish press) from January 26 until June 1904. He later moved to Russia and died soon thereafter.
Sources: Zalmen Reyzen, Leksikon, vol. 2; L. Feldman, Yidn in dorem-afrike (Jews in South Africa) (Johannesburg-Vilna, 1937), p. 68.
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