Five decades after his death, family members of Inkosi Albert Luthuli are pushing ahead with their own investigation, saying they were repeatedly fed lies about his murder. The family of the Noble Prize winner is seeking closure and their probe into his death may lead to the reopening of his inquest. On paper, the former ANC president died in 1967 after he was hit by a train on a railway bridge close to the home he had been confined to by the apartheid regime in Groutville. "We have always believed what the apartheid government said about our grandfather was a lie," said Luthuli's grandson, Mthunzi Luthuli. 5 decades on, family of Chief Albert Luthuli seeks answers about his death It will be interesting to see what their investigation finds.