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[Source - Chloe Rushovich for FHYA, 2020, using an extract from Dictionary South African Biography Vol 5: William Wood was a Zulu interpreter, ivory trader and hunter, born in the Cape Colony in 1824. In 1836 he began to attend the Rev. G. Champion's school at the Umlazi mission. He worked as an interpreter for the Reverend F. Owen at uMgungundlovu where he witnessed the murder of Piet Retief.]
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