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Labour Day*Friday May 1, 2020Secular holiday 
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first mid-term (end)Monday June 1, 2020School holidays 
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containment measures (end)Monday June 1, 2020School holidays 
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Youth Day**Tuesday June 16, 2020Secular holiday 
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second mid-term (end)Monday July 6, 2020School holidays 
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National Womens' Day*Monday August 10, 2020Secular holiday 
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Labour Day -
Friday May 1, 2020

Secular holiday : Chicago, Saturday May 1st, 1886: 350,000 workers go on strike to call for an 8-hour working day. Industries are paralyzed nationwide. On Monday, as demonstrations go on, the police open fire. On Tuesday, Chicago is again on strike. Following a bomb launched against them, the police shoot again. 12 dead, of which 7 policemen. 8 anarchists will be condemned and executed. In 1889, the Socialist International Movement met in Paris and declared this day international workers' day . The Soviets will follow suit, just as the Nazis. In France, under the Vichy regime (1940-1944), the celebration is renamed Labour Day .


First mid-term (end) -
Monday June 1, 2020

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Containment measures (end) -
Monday June 1, 2020

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Youth Day -
Tuesday June 16, 2020

Secular holiday : In 1975 protests started in African schools after a directive from the then Bantu Education Department that Afrikaans had to be used on an equal basis with English as a language of instruction in secondary schools. The issue, however, was not so much the Afrikaans as the whole system of Bantu education which was characterised by separate schools and universities, poor facilities, overcrowded classrooms and inadequately trained teachers. On 16 June 1976 more than 20 000 pupils from Soweto began a protest march. Paid holiday when falling on Saturday or Sunday Previously known as Soweto Day.


Second mid-term (end) -
Monday July 6, 2020

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National Womens' Day -
Monday August 10, 2020

Secular holiday : Commemorates 9 August 1956 when women participated in a national march to petition against pass laws (legislation that required African persons to carry a document on them to ‘prove’ that they were allowed to enter a ‘white area’