Highlights of Nkuhlu's Career

By , Staff writer of The Christian Science Monitor

1962-64: As an 18-year-old, served two years in Robben Island jail after being arrested for anti-apartheid activities.

1965-67: Worked as clerk in gold mine and also completed high school studies.

1970: Bachelor of Commerce degree from University of Fort Hare.

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1976: Qualified as the country's first black accountant.

1977: Founded department of accounting at the University of Transkei.

1982: Earned master's degree in finance and international business at New York University in the United States.

1987: Principal, University of Transkei.

1990: Chairman, Economic Commission of the National African Federated Chamber of Commerce and Industry.

1991: President of the Black Management Forum.

Nov. 1992: Chairman of the Development Bank of Southern Africa.

March 1993: Chief executive of the Independent Development Trust.

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