Is the southern most country of Africa. It is bordered by Botswana, Lesotho, Namibia, Mozambique, Zimbabwe. It is also bordered by two Seas, namely the Atlantic Ocean and the warmer, Indian ocean. The national flag was designed by a former South African State Herald, Mr Fred Brownell, and was first used on 27 April 1994. The design and colours are a synopsis of principal elements of the Country's history. Individual colours or combinations of theses colours, represent different meanings for different people and therefore no universal symbolism should be attached to any of the colours. The central design of the flag, beginning at the flag post in a 'V' form and flowing into a single horizontal band to the outer edge of the fly, can be interpreted as the convergence of diverse elements within South African society, taking the road ahead in unity. The theme of convergence and unity ties in with the motto: "Unity is Strength". The green is meant to symbolize the fertility of the land, the black is representative of the people of the nation, while the gold represents the nation's mineral wealth. The South Africa Population in 2021 was; 60,122,274 people.
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