The flag of South Africa from 1928 to 1994 was originally used by the Union of South Africa from 1928 to 1961 and later the Republic of South Africa until 1994.
It was adopted in 1928 by an act of Parliament from the first Afrikaner majority government.
In 1968, Prime Minister John Vorster proposed that a new national flag for South Africa be adopted in 1971 to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the country leaving the Commonwealth.
Union of South Africa flagpole flag features:
- 100% superknit polyester.
- Screen printed in bold, bright colours.
- Approximate size: 900mm x 1500mm (3'x5').
- Durable double stitched edge.
- 2 metal eyelets on the hoist.
- Suitable for indoor or light outdoor use.
This product was added to our catalog on Saturday 16 May, 2020.