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Sudafrica (Capo Nord) : giorni festivi, ferie nazionali, chiusura delle banche, vacanze scolastiche

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Sudafrica (Capo Nord) : calendario dei giorni festivi, chiusure di banche e borse, vacanze scolastiche, fiere, mostre, manifestazioni sportive e culturali, feste, carnevali, elezione nel corso dei prossimi 9 mesi



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Giornata dei Diritti Umani*MercoledÝ 21 Marzo, 2018Ferie secolare 
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vacanze di metÓ trimestre (inizio)MercoledÝ 28 Marzo, 2018FestivitÓ scolastiche, oltre alle precedenti festivitÓ civili (possono variare a seconda della regione) 
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Venerdý Santo*VenerdÝ 30 Marzo, 2018Cattolica o Protestante 
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Giornata dei Diritti Umani -
MercoledÝ 21 Marzo, 2018

Ferie secolare : On this day in 1960 the police killed 69 people at Sharpeville who were participating in a protest against the pass laws. Many were shot in the back. The carnage made world headlines. Four days later the government banned black political organizations, many leaders were arrested or went into exile. During the Apartheid era there were human rights abuses by all sides; Human Rights Day is but one step to ensure that the people of South Africa are aware of their human rights and to ensure that such abuses never again occur. [http://africanhistory.about.com]


Vacanze di metÓ trimestre (inizio) -
MercoledÝ 28 Marzo, 2018

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Venerdý Santo -
VenerdÝ 30 Marzo, 2018

Cattolica o Protestante : The First Council of Nicaea (a gathering of bishops in the early days of Christianity) wanted to find a day to commemorate the crucifixion and resurrection of Christ. This commemoration had to be linked to Jewish holiday traditions, since the last supper of Christ was believed to be a Jewish Passover meal. But the Jewish calendar is based on lunar and solar cycles, so the Easter celebration had to follow the same calendar.