South Africa has a unique calendar that includes public holidays and school terms. This article will provide an overview of the 2023 calendar for South Africa, including all the public holidays and school terms.
2023 Calendar for South Africa
The 2023 calendar for South Africa is a 12-month calendar that begins on January 1st, 2023 and ends on December 31st, 2023. It is divided into four quarters, each with three months. The first quarter starts on January and ends on March, the second quarter starts on April and ends on June, the third quarter starts on July and ends on September and the fourth quarter starts on October and ends on December.
South Africa has 11 public holidays in 2023. These are New Year’s Day (January 1st), Human Rights Day (March 21st), Good Friday (April 14th), Family Day (April 17th), Freedom Day (April 27th), Workers’ Day (May 1st), Youth Day (June 16th), National Women’s Day (August 9th), Heritage Day (September 24th), Day of Reconciliation (December 16th) and Christmas Day (December 25th).
South Africa has three school terms in 2023. The first term starts on January 11th and ends on March 24th. The second term starts on April 18th and ends on June 30th. The third term starts on July 18th and ends on October 5th.
The 2023 calendar for South Africa is an important tool for organizing public holidays and school terms. With this calendar, you can plan your year and make the most of the public holidays and school terms.