Names: Nzula, Albert
Born: 1933, Rouxville , Orange Free State, South Africa.
In summary: frade Unionist.
Albert Nzula was born at Rouxville in the Orange Free State and received his formal education at Bensonvale in Herschel and at Lovedale, where he qualified as a teacher. For a time he lived at Aliwal North, where he taught, worked as a court interpreter, and served as secretary of the local branch of the Industrial and Commercial Workers' Union (ICU). He then moved to Evaton, where he taught at Wilberforce and came into contact with the Communist Party (CPSA), which he joined in August 1928.
- Gerhart G.M and Karis T. (ed)(1977). From Protest to challenge: A documentary History of African Politics in South Africa: 1882-1964, Vol.4 Political Profiles 1882