An umbrella body of Africanist organisations is set to be officially launched.
The PAC has been unbanned, wants to take part in negotiations and claims a growing mass membership. But what are its policies?
Three decades ago this week, police opened fire on an unarmed crowd in a small Vaal township.
Africanism and black consciousness make up a perennial trend in our politics. They are not going to die.
PAC leader Clarence Makwetu says South Africa has yet to achieve economic and political freedom.
Julius Malema's announcement that the EFF will partner with the PAC may not mean much now, but it holds larger significance.
The Pan Africanist Congress has criticised the Marikana organising committee for allowing its expelled leader to address a commemoration rally.
The PAC's annual conference has endorsed and ratified the expulsion of its president Letlapa Mphahlele, says party secretary general Narius Moloto.
After seeing a new play on the history of the PAC, Mpho Moshe Matheolane realises not enough stories have been told about the country's past.
The Pan Africanist Congress leadership is facing an open revolt among its Transkei PAC branches over the suspension of the armed struggle.
In pursuit of a place in the elections the PAC is choosing strange bedfellows, writes Vuyo Mvoko.