Human Rights Day is celebrated in South Africa and across the world on December 10th. The United Nations created this day in 1948 to celebrate human rights.
Human rights Day
Human Rights day in South Africa
21 March in South Africa but in other countries it is celebrated on the 10 December.
There are many holidays in Africa, however South Africa is one of the few that officially recognizes them. They have New Year's Day, Human Rights Day, Freedom Day, Workers' Day, and Heritage Day.
There is no Sharpville day anymore, it is now reffered to as Human Rights day. It is celebrated on the 16th of June each year
According to a South African government website, South Africa has twelve public holidays a year. Some of these include Human Rights Day and Youth Day.
This is the day when apartheid officially ended, South Africa it's first black president has and that blacks have the same rights as whites.
The main national holidays celebrated in South Africa are Human Rights Day, Freedom Day, Workers Day, Mandela Day and Heritage Day. They also mark the Day of Reconciliation which reminds them of past struggles and to focus on the future.
Human Rights Day is celebrated on December 10.
Human Rights Day 2010The theme for Human Rights Day 10 December 2010 is human rights defenders who act to end discrimination.
Human rights day is celebrated on 10 december
Secretary's day in South Africa is on the 2nd of September.
This year, Human Rights Day will be on Friday, December, 10.
Idaho Human Rights Day was created in 2006.
Father's Day 2013 in South Africa is on Sunday, June 16th.
Father's Day is celebrated on the third Sunday in June in South Africa.
We celebrate it for the rights that we have as people.
On Human Rights Day, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization will award the United Nations Prizes in the Field of Human Rights.
when and why do we celebrate human right
South Africa has 12 public holidays: · New Year's Day [1 January] · Human Rights Day [21 March] · Good Friday · Family Day (Easter Monday) · Freedom Day [27 April] · Worker's Day [1 May] · Youth Day [16 June] · National Women's Day [9 August] · Heritage Day [24 September] · Day of Reconciliation [16 December] · Christmas [25 December] · Day of Goodwill [26 December]