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Sesotho sa Leboa: Folaga ya Afrika Borwa
SiSwati: Umjeka we- INingizimu Afrika
Sesotho: Folaga ye Afrika Borwa
Setswana: Folaga la Aferika Borwa
Xitsonga: Mujeko ya Afrika-Dzonga
Tshivenda: Folaga la Afurika Tshipembe
IsiXhosa: iFulegi lase Mzantsi Afrika
IsiZulu: iFulegi lase Ningizimu Afrika
Latina: Vexillum Africae Australis
Slovenščina: Zastava Južnoafriške Republike
Srpski (latinica)‎: Zastava Južnoafričke Republike
தமிழ்: தென்னாப்பிரிக்காவின் கொடி
اردو: جنوبی افریقہ کا پرچم
Volapük: Stän Sulüdafrikäna

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     green rendered as RGB 000 122 077Pantone 3415 C
     yellow rendered as RGB 255 182 018Pantone 1235 C
     red rendered as RGB 222 056 049Pantone 179 C
     blue rendered as RGB 000 035 149Pantone Reflex Blue C
     white rendered as RGB 255 255 255
     black rendered as RGB 000 000 000Pantone 30
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Source Per specifications in the Constitution of South Africa, Schedule 1 - National flag
Author Flag design by Frederick Brownell, image by Wikimedia Commons users
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