President declares Public Holiday – 18 May 2011 1


14 March 2011


In terms of Section 2A of the Public Holidays Act, 1994, (Act No. 36 of 1994), President Jacob Zuma has declared

18 May 2011 as a public holiday throughout the Republic.


The declaration will enable voters to participate in the local government elections on the day.


The President wishes all political parties well as they prepare for the elections.



Zizi Kodwa on 0823304910

Vuyelwa Qinga on 0828773898


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  • Des Squire

    That should get them a few more votes. any idea where the food hampers will be distributed this time around?

    I trust all the unhappy readers will vote for one of the oppositionparties instead of just not voting. Vote for someone people – dont waste this opportunity of expressing how you feel.