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  1. Pan-Af·ri·can·ist Con·gress
    IPA[pan ˈafrəkənəst ˈkäNGɡrəs]
    • 1. a South African political movement formed in 1959 as a militant offshoot of the African National Congress. It was outlawed in 1960 after the Sharpeville massacre, but continued its armed opposition to the South African government until it was legalized in 1990.