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Chief Albert John. 1899--1967, South African political leader. As president of the African National Congress (1952--60), he campaigned for nonviolent resistance to apartheid: Nobel peace prize 1961
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In an endeavor to provide a well-planned emancipatory, child-centered education; humanizing African people; characterized by free dialogue and free inquiry it must not repeat mistakes of the past rightfully as, Luthuli (1981:15) cautioned that the phenomenon of changes should be examined with reference to the aim of education.
Each student belonged to a college--St Peter's College for the Anglicans, John Wesley College for the Methodists, and, following the merger of St Columba's College and Adams United College in 1977, Albert Luthuli College for the Presbyterians and Congregationalists.
A semi-structured questionnaire-based prospective descriptive study was conducted from August 2010 to October 2010 at the Fetal Medicine Unit at Inkosi Albert Luthuli Central Hospital (IALCH), KZN, South Africa.
2) Consultant Ophthalmologist, Parklands Hospital and Inkosi Albert Luthuli Central Hospital, University of KwaZulu-Natal, Durban, South Africa
Indeed, one cannot read the longest section of the book, "Case Studies on Witnessing from Different Regions," without connecting the individual witnesses remembered there to their ecclesial traditions--a Lutheran pastor in Brazil under its military dictatorship, Catholic and Methodist martyrs in El Salvador, Nobel laureate Inkosi Albert Luthuli of the United Congregational Church of South Africa (UCCSA), the seven Melanesian Brothers (Anglican) murdered in the Solomon Islands in 2003, and the thousands of Christians, mostly but not all Orthodox, imprisoned and executed in communist Romania and the hundreds of thousands in the Soviet Union.
On Thursday, her proud daughter Brigid accepted the Luthuli award for valour on her late mother's behalf.
He was arrested while travelling illegally to Johannesburg from Durban, where he had briefed ANC leader Albert Luthuli on his trip.
Acknowledgments: We thank the Department of Anatomical Pathology and Cytology, Inkosi Albert Luthuli Central Hospital, for the kind use of their microscope.
1961: Apartheid attacked at Nobel ceremony Albert Luthuli, leader of the banned African National Congress, has appealed for racial equality in South Africa after accepting the Nobel peace prize for 1960 in Oslo, Norway.
The situational analysis of drug resistance in KwaZulu-Natal was prepared in response to a request from the Provincial Department of Health, KwaZulu Natal, with financial and technical support of the World Health Organization, and would not have been possible without the collaboration and involvement of National Health Laboratory Services, Inkosi Albert Luthuli Central Hospital TB Laboratory, King George V Hospital, COSH, and the Department of Health.
Furthermore, a significant portion of the political comment in the novel centres on Luthuli (said to be the grandson of the famed Albert Luthuli) and the discussions held during the African Affairs meetings.