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Cablegate: Mission South Africa's Cy 2010 Holiday Schedule

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INFO AMCONSUL CAPE TOWN
AMCONSUL DURBAN
AMCONSUL JOHANNESBURG
AMEMBASSY MASERU
AMEMBASSY MBABANE
AMEMBASSY GABORONE
AMEMBASSY WINDHOEK
AMEMBASSY MAPUTO

STATE FOR S/S-O

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: AMGT APER ACOA
SUBJECT: MISSION SOUTH AFRICA'S CY 2010 HOLIDAY SCHEDULE

Embassy Pretoria announces that the following holidays will be
observed during calendar year 2010.

January 1 Friday New Year's Day U.S./S.A.
January 18 Monday Martin Luther King Day U.S.
February 15 Monday Washington's B-Day U.S.
March 21/22 Sun./Mon. Human Rights Day observed* S.A.
April 2 Friday Good Friday S.A.
April 5 Monday Family Day S.A
April 27 Tuesday Freedom Day S.A.
May 1 Saturday Workers Day S.A.
May 31 Monday Memorial Day U.S.
June 16 Wednesday Youth Day S.A.
July 4/5 Sun./Mon. Independence Day observed* U.S.
August 9 Monday National Women's Day S.A.
September 6 Monday Labor Day U.S.
September 24 Friday Heritage Day S.A.
October 11 Monday Columbus Day U.S.
November 11 Thursday Veterans Day U.S.
November 25 Thursday Thanksgiving Day U.S.
December 16 Thursday Day of Reconciliation S.A.
December 24/25 Fri./Sat. Christmas Day observed* U.S/S.A.
December 26/27 Sun/Mon Day of Goodwill S.A.
December 31 Friday New Year's Day 2011* U.S./S.A
observed

*U.S. or S.A. holidays occurring on Sunday will be
observed the following Monday.

*U.S. holidays occurring on Saturday will be observed
the preceding Friday (for employees whose workweek
is Monday-Friday).


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