Worker's Day History
Worker's Day in South Africa celebrates the role played by trade unions, the Communist Party and other labour movements in the struggle against the Apartheid regime. The day also serves as a celebration of International Workers' Day, an international celebration also known as May Day. May Day commemorates the industrial struggle for an 8-hour work day around the world.
Worker's Day is celebrated annually on May 1st. The first recorded celebration of May Day in South Africa occurred in 1895. It was reportedly was organised by the Johannesburg District Trades Council.
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