The South African flag consists of six colors: red, yellow, blue, green, black, and white.
The South African flag, designed by Frederick Brownell, consists of six colors: red, yellow, blue, green, black, and white. It is one of the most colorful flags in the world. The flag takes the form of a “Y” shape. It was adopted as the national flag on April 27, 1994. When the flag is vertically displayed, it should be flipped horizontally, with red on the left and blue on the right.
The flag represents the diversity and unity of South Africa, with each color symbolizing different aspects of the nation’s history and aspirations.
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