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Public Holidays and Prohibition of Business Act (Chapter 10:21), General Notice 318 of 2011
Government Gazette
August 26, 2011

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Public Holidays and Prohibition of Business Act (Chapter 10:21)

Public Holidays in 2012


IT is hereby notified for public information that the days listed in the Schedule will be public holidays in 2012 in terms of section 2(1) of the Public Holidays and Prohibition of Business Act [Chapter 10:21]. The list does not include any days which the President may declare to be public holidays in terms of section 2(2) of the Act.

HON. T. MAKONE [M.P.] 6-8-2010
Co-Minister of Home Affairs.


HON. K.C.D. MOHADI [M.P.]
Co-Minister of Home Affairs.

26-8-2010

SCHEDULE

2012 PUBLIC HOLIDAYS

1. New Year's Day, being Sunday the 1st of January.

2. Public Holiday, being Monday the 2nd of January

3. Good Friday, being Friday the 6th of April.

4. Easter Saturday, being Saturday the 7th of April.

5. Easter Sunday, being Sunday the 8th of April.

6. Easter Monday, being Monday the 9th of April.

7. Independence Day, being Wednesday the 18th of April

8. Worker's Day, being Tuesday the 1st of May.

9. Africa Day, being Friday the 25th of May.

10. Heroes' Day, being Monday the 13th of August.

11. Defence Forces National Day, being Tuesday the 14th of August.

12. National Unity Day, being Saturday the 22nd of December.

13. Christmas Day, being Tuesday the 25th of December.

14. Public Holiday, being Wednesday the 26th of December.

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