Pan Africanist Congress
What was the PAC, and what did they accomplish?
One of the accomplishments of the PAC was the Poqo campaign which set out to use very violent techniques to further the movement that included killing whites and police. They did succeed in killing two whites while trying to free blacks from a prison. However when a massive revolt was planned, in which thousands of PAC supporters would attack points and kill many whites, the plans were publicized at a press conference two days before it was scheduled to happen. As a result of this, police were able to arrest and imprison most of the members of PAC, and the movement was stalled until around 1986 when it went under new leadership.
This new leader was Johnson Mlambo, and Mlambo was able to revive the PAC by making it less of a radical organization, and allowing whites to become members.
What was the Significance of the PAC to the Anti-Apartheid movement?
O'Malley, Padraig. "Pan Africanist Conference." O'Malley Heart of Hope. Nelson Mandela Centre of Memory, 1 Jan. 2005. Web. 15 Nov. 2015.