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Magema Fuze on the origins, history and customs of African peoples in Natal.Magema Fuze was born in Zululand around 1840. He converted to Christianity and had a lifelong association with Bishop Colenso’s home and family. In 1859 he accompanied Colenso on his visit to Mpande and at Colenso’s request he visited Cetshwayo shortly before the war of 1879. When Dinuzulu was exiled to St. Helena Fuze was employed as his tutor.Trevor Cope was Professor and Head of the Department of Zulu Language and Literature at the University of Natal from 1970 to 1984.Harry Lugg served as court interpreter, magistrate and as Chief Commissioner for Native Affairs in Natal.