You can find on this page the South Africa flag map to print and to download in PDF. The South Africa flag map presents the flag of South Africa in the area map of South Africa. And also the history of the flag of South Africa in Africa.

South Africa flag map

Maps of South Africa flag

The South Africa flag map shows the flag of South Africa in empty South Africa map. This flag map of South Africa will allow you to know the history, origins and composition of the flag of South Africa in Africa. The South Africa flag map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

The current flag of the Republic of South Africa was adopted at the beginning of the 1994 general election, to replace the flag that had been used since 1928 as its shown in South Africa flag map. The new national flag, designed by State Herald Frederick Brownell, was chosen to represent the new democracy.

The flag has horizontal bands of red (on the top) and blue (on the bottom), of equal width, separated by a central green band which splits into a horizontal "Y" shape, the arms of which end at the corners of the hoist side (and follow the flag diagonals) as its mentioned in South Africa flag map. The Y embraces a black isosceles triangle from which the arms are separated by narrow yellow bands; the red and blue bands are separated from the green band and its arms by narrow white stripes. The stripes at the fly end are in the 5:1:3:1:5 ratio.

Three of the colours — black, green and yellow — are found in the flag of the African National Congress. The other three — red, white and blue as you can see in South Africa flag map— are used in the old Flag of Transvaal, the modern flag of the Netherlands and the flag of the United Kingdom; the colours white and blue were also found in the old flag of South Africa. Former South African President F.W. de Klerk, who proclaimed the new flag on 20 April 1994,[3] stated in his autobiography, The Last Trek: a New Beginning, that chilli red was chosen instead of plain red (which Anglo-Africans would have preferred) or orange (as Afrikaners would have preferred).