The South Africa flag was adopted on April 27, 1994. It is a very complex design. A green horizontal Y is faced towards the left side. It is bordered in white on two sides, and yellow on the other. It separates a black, red, and blue section. The ratio of the banner is 2:3.
The South Africa flag is widely popular in the country. It was adopted after apartheid and represents democracy. It was designed by Fred Brownell.
The nation is located in southern Africa. The South Africa flag belongs to a country that is listed as a parliamentary republic. It gained its independence from the United Kingdom in 1910.
The country has three capitals: Pretoria is the executive capital, Cape Town is the legislative capital, and Bloemfontein is the judicial capital. The largest city is Johannesburg. The South Africa flag belongs to a nation whose national anthem or song is “National anthem of South Africa”. The currency that is used in the country is the Rand. The national motto is “Unity In Diversity".
Some interesting facts about South Africa:
religion: Zion Christianity 11.2%, Roman Catholicism 7.0%, Pentecostal/Charismatic 8.1%, Dutch Reformed 6.8%, Methodists 6.9%, Anglicans 3.7%, other Christians 36.1%, Islam 1.6%, others/unspecified 3.6%, no religion 15.0%
languages: IsiZulu , Afrikaans, IsiXhosa, English, Sepedi, Xitsong, Setswana, Sesotho, others
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