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South African Flag
The end of apartheid saw the adoption of the South African flag on April 27, 1994. The national flag was representative of the first newly elected democratic government that stood for all South Africans. Many flag designs were submitted for approval but the interim flag that was designed by Frederick G. Brownell was clearly the winner and was made the final national flag. It is perceived as the enduring symbol of the newly formed South African state.
Description Of The Flag
The South African flag is made up of six colors and it does not have any seal or brocade. These are the unique features that distinguish it from any other national flag of the world.
Proper Display And Respect For The Flag
The South African flag cannot be manufactured or reproduced in any way without the specific permission of the president of South Africa.