Albertina Luthuli talks to the BBC's Karen Allen
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ANC: A different mind frame now

As heads of state commemorate the 100th anniversary of the ANC, they pay tribute to Chief Albert Luthuli, its president in 1952 and the first African to be awarded the Nobel Peace Prize.

His daughter, Albertina Luthuli, was until recently a member of parliament.

The BBC's Karen Allen spoke to her about the liberation struggle under her father, and the limitations of the ANC as a governing party today.

  • 06 Jan 2012