on 2023-03-21 (11 hours from now)
Human Rights Day in South Africa is a public holiday celebrated annually on March 21st to commemorate the 1960 Sharpeville Massacre. On this day, South Africans remember the 69 peaceful demonstrators who lost their lives in the anti-apartheid protest for their freedom and human rights. This day is a reminder to all South Africans of the importance of protecting and promoting human rights, regardless of race. It also serves as an opportunity to celebrate the progress that has been made in securing basic rights for all South Africans.
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