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Tag Archives | South Africa
BY ALEX CROUCH South Sudan, the 193rd and most recent edition to the United Nations, adopted its flag 10 years ago today (9th July). Today also marks the fourth anniversary of their independence from the Republic of Sudan. The flag itself is the same one used by the Sudan People’s Liberation Movement, and similar to […]
BY ALEX CROUCH Twenty-five years ago this coming Saturday (21st March) Namibia gained independence from South Africa and officially adopted their national flag. It was the flags of the South West Africa People’s Organization (S.W.A.P.O.) and the Democratic Turnhalle Alliance (D.T.A.) that provided the basis for the flag we know today, which was chosen from […]