Flag of the Southern African Development Community

Flag Of The Southern African Development Community

Flag of the Southern African Development Community

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With the establishment of the Southern African Development Community (SADC), the flag of the organization came from the people of the member countries, with a competition from the member states the logo was amended to reflect the new acronym in the same style as used previously, in 1994 proposals stopped and in 1995 a new flag was chosen.The new flag has a Navy Blue field with a Green circle in the centre and SADC logo is in the middle of that green circle.



In the official description of the flag, Blue symbolises the sky and ocean that bring water and life, and green is for the rich Varied Flora and Fauna, while the regions rich gold wealth is represented in the Logo itself.The previous Flag was a blank white field with the SADCC Logo on centered on it.The Flag was first used in the 1995 SADC Summit in the World Trade Centre in Kempton Park near Johannesburg.


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