Below are South Africa holidays in 2013:
- Tuesday 01st – New Year holiday
Celebration of the first day of the year in South Africa is characterized by music, dance, songs and lavish meals. This is a very important public holiday in all regions in South Africa. Fireworks in big cities like Cape Town, Alfred Waterfront and The Victoriav are always witnessed as happy South Africans showcase their joy. New Year parade is also very popular in South Africa as entertainers come dressed in fancy and beautiful festival gowns to celebrate this day.
South Africa is a Federal state that has a land area of about 1.2Million Square Kilometers that is considered to be approximately equal to the combined geographical land mass of Germany, and Italy as well as France. South Africa is unique based on the fact that it hosts Swaziland and Lesotho, two independent countries within its territory. It is a sovereign state that acquired its independence from Britain in 1994 after the long apartheid rule.
- New Year’s Day – Sunday the 1st.
- New Year is celebrated in accordance to the Georgian calendar on the first date of January. The celebrations starts from the New Year eve, and it is a colorful and dynamic celebration. Stage shows, private parties, dances, good foods, etc. are a part of it. Community celebrations also occur and accepted on a big scale. The parties go on till the morning of the New Year.