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South Africa Declares One-Off April 14 Public Holiday
 
(Posted on Tuesday, February 24, 2004)

Source: South African Government Information Sevices

The upcoming presidential and parliamentary elections date, Wednesday, April 14, 2004, has been declared a one-off public holiday, as per the Gazette 26075 / Regulation Gazette 7898 of February 19, 2004.

This follows South Africa's President's recent promise (12-Feb-2004).

Five years ago (28-Apr-1999), South Africa's cabinet had declared that year's election day, June 2, as a nationwide non-working public holiday throughout South Africa.

Related links and worldwide public holidays news updates:
South Africa bank holidays and public holidays (news and updates)
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South Africa 2018 bank holidays and public holidays (current year)
South Africa 2019 bank holidays and public holidays (next year)
South Africa 2020 bank holidays and public holidays
South Africa 2021 bank holidays and public holidays
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 2017-01-15: South African 2018 Public Holidays Announced
 2016-01-12: South African 2017 Public Holidays Announced
 2015-01-05: South African 2016 Public Holidays Announced
 2014-02-21: South African Public Holiday May 7
 2014-02-13: South African 2015 Public Holidays Announced
 2011-03-03: South African Electoral Public Holiday On May 18
 2010-08-26: South Africa Could Get New Public Holiday In 2011
 2010-01-20: South African President Rules-Out February 11 Public Holiday
 2009-02-10: South Africa Will Hold National Elections On April 22
 2009-02-04: South Africa Election Date To Be Announced Friday
 2004-02-12: South Africa's President Intends For Election Day Public Holiday
 1999-04-28: South Africa Declares Election Day A Public Holiday


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