To conserve, uphold, promote and propagate the life,

values, philosophies and legacy of Chief Albert Luthuli.

(1898 – 1967)



Chief Albert Luthuli became the first African to receive the Nobel Peace Prize for his non-violent stance in the fight for liberation. He traveled to Oslo, Norway in December 1961 – an epic and ground-breaking event to receive his prize for the year 1960.


Ken Livingston making a Statement for London on the International Rememberance Day of the Slave Trade and it's Abolition.

Africa Month Dialogue: African Consciousness in Reggae

The Department of Arts and Culture (National Languages Services) in partnership with the Luthuli Museum will be hosting the Africa Month Dialogue: African Consciousness in Reggae at the Luthuli Museum.

Linton Kwesi Johnson will deliver the keynote address which is part of the DAC Africa Month Literary Programme honouring our literary heroes Don Mattera, Sindiwe Magona and James Matthews. See attachment for Linton Kwesi Johnson biography.


Date: 27 May 2019

Time:10:00am – 13:00pm

Venue: Luthuli Museum



The Luthuli Museum supports on-site and travelling exhibitions that honour, explore and inform about the legacy of Chief Albert Luthuli and the Liberation Movement. Our current and upcoming exhibitions include the following:



The Luthuli Museum is a national cultural institution charged with conserving, upholding, promoting and propagating the life, values, philosophies and legacy of the late Chief Albert Luthuli.

Sunday Tribune retraction and apology to Luthuli Museum

Sunday Tribune apologies to Luthuli Museum for the false article.

Click here to view the article published on the 24 February 2019.

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