Is Muharram/Islamic New Year a Public Holiday in South Africa?
Muharram/Islamic New Year is a public holiday for the general population according to Holidays 2021. This means, offices, colleges, schools, universities, and several other academic institutions remain closed on this day.
Muharram/Islamic New Year Observances
|2019||Sun||1 September||Muharram/Islamic New Year||Muslim|
|2020||Thu||20 August||Muharram/Islamic New Year||Muslim|
|2021||Tue||10 August||Muharram/Islamic New Year||Muslim|
|2022||Sat||30 July||Muharram/Islamic New Year||Muslim|
|2023||Wed||19 July||Muharram/Islamic New Year||Muslim|
|2024||Mon||8 July||Muharram/Islamic New Year||Muslim|
|2025||Fri||27 June||Muharram/Islamic New Year||Muslim|