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Àsìá ilẹ̀ South Africa
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Use Civil and state flag and ensign
Proportion 2:3
Adopted 27 April 1994
Design Rectangular flag in the proportion of two in the width to three in the length: per pall from the hoist, the upper band red (chilli) and the lower band blue, with a black triangle at the hoist; over the partition lines a green pall one fifth the width of the flag, fimbriated white against the red (chilli) and blue, and gold against the black triangle at the hoist; the width of the pall and its fimbriations is one third the width of the flag[1]
Designed by Frederick Brownell, former State Herald of South Africa
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Variant flag of South Africa
Use Naval ensign
Proportion 2:3
Adopted 29 September 1994
Design Rectangular white flag, in the proportions of two to three; with a dark green cross that extends to the edge of the flag; and having in the upper hoist canton the national flag, with a white fimbriation.
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Variant flag of South Africa
Name Air force ensign
Proportion 2:3
Design Rectangular air force blue flag, in the proportions of two to three; having in the upper hoist canton the national flag, with the South African Air Force roundel in the fly.

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  1. Flag Committee Report of 15 March 1994.