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“At one time theft was almost unknown in Pondoland. A native has been known to follow a trader’s wagon for miles for the purpose of restoring a handkerchief, which had been dropped.”
Callaway (Undated) citing Bishop Key in Pioneers in Pondoland, Lovedale: Lovedale Press.
Started by Achirri Ishmael. Last reply by Keith Hart May 14, 2012.
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