Albert Luthuli

Nobel Prize Winner

Born 1898-6-4 in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe

Albert Luthuli was the president of the African National Congress. He was also elected as Chief of the Groutville Mission Reserve until he became an active member of the African National Congress. Luthuli became the first African awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1960.


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PREVIOUS POSITIONS

President-General | African National Congress

1952 - 1967

Social Development and Community Services

Provincial President | Natal | African National Congress

1951

Social Development and Community Services

Chief | Groutville Mission Reserve | Abase-Makolweni Tribe

1935 - November 1952

Social Development and Community Services

Teacher | Adams College High School

1935 - November 1952

Academia, Education and Training

Secretary and Supervisor | Adams College Football team

1935 - November 1952

Sport and Recreation

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