The South African coat of arms, seen here, is the 1932-2000 version. It has a shield that is divided into four sections, each which symbolizes a former state. The upper left section is the arms of Colony of the Cape of Good Hope, which shows the figure of Hope. To the right of this, the arms of Colony of Natal are depicted, which shows two wildebeests. The lower left corner in the South African coat of arms shows an orange tree, which is a symbol of the Orange Free State Republic. The last section shows a wagon, which is a symbol of the Republic of Transvaal.
This South African coat of arms contained the Latin motto Ex Unitate Vires, which means “Power Through Unity”.
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