The South Africa Flag from 1928 to 1994, measuring 55″ x 35″, symbolized affiliation with the country on ships during apartheid. The flag’s design, with orange, white, and blue stripes, and representation of both British and Afrikaner heritage, showcased the racial segregation and inequality of apartheid. Despite criticism, ships flew the flag as a symbol of national identity and allegiance to apartheid. However, ships discontinued using the flag when a new flag was adopted in 1994, signaling a new era of racial equality and reconciliation in South Africa.
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