Our Zimbabwe flags are made in the traditional 2:1 ratio used for National flags in the UK so this flag will match others of the same size if you are flying several flags together. We use a MOD grade Knitted Polyester which has been tested for its durability and suitability for production of flags.
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|Adopted||18th April 1980|
|Design||Two Green, two gold, two red and one black horizontal stripes. A black-bordered white triangle with five-pointed red star behind a gold Zimbabwe bird.|
Prior to independence the land of Zimbabwe was known as Southern Rhodesia. In 1890 the first flag flown was that of the British South Africa Company. It was the Union Flag defaced with a circular disk inside of which is a lion clutching a tusk and the initials B.S.A.C.
In 1923 Southern Rhodesia was under British rule and a British blue ensign was adopted. The flag was a blue field with the Union Flag in the top left hand corner and a shield that featured a yellow pickaxe and red lion in the centre left.
In 1953 North and South Rhodesia joined with Nyasaland and a new flag was adopted. The flag was a British blue
Ensign with a Union flag in the top left and a shield featuring a rising sun, red lion and black and white wavy lines.
When North Rhodesia claimed independence, South Rhodesia split and the original flag was adopted with a lighter blue background.
In 1968 the flag of Rhodesia was changed to a green-white-green vertical bands with the full coat of arms of Rhodesia at the centre.
In 1979 the country became Zimbabwe-Rhodesia a new flag featuring a red-white-green horizontal tricolour with vertical white-bordered black stripe with golden Zimbabwe bird was adopted.
The flag was changed again in 1980 to feature two Green, two gold, two red and one black horizontal stripes with a black-bordered white triangle with five-pointed red star behind a gold Zimbabwe bird.
The Coat of Arms of Zimbabwe
The Coat of Arms of Zimbabwe was adopted in 1981 and features a green shield with a rock and various blue and white wavy lines at its centre.
Above is a Zimbabwe bird with a hoe and an AK-47 in front of a red five-pointed star. At both side are Kudus and below is a banner reading “UNITY, FREEDOM, WORK.”
The Flag of the President of Zimbabwe
The Flags of the Military of Zimbabwe
The Flag of the Air Force of Zimbabwe was adopted in 1980. It features a sky blue field with Zimbabwe bird, eagle and national flag in the top left hand corner.
The Flag of the Zimbabwe Defence Force was adopted in 1980. The flag features a red and blue bicolour with eagle, Zimbabwe bird, crossed spears and banner depicting “ZIMBABWE DEFENCE FORCE” underneath.
The Flag of the Zimbabwe National Army was adopted in 1980. It features a plain red field with a green gold-bordered shield with a Zimbabwe bird at the centre. Underneath the shield is a banner stating “ZIMBABWE NATIONAL ARM”.
The Flag of Political Movements of Zimbabwe
Here some examples of the flags of the political movements of Zimbabwe.
The Flags of the Towns of Zimbabwe
Each town in Zimbabwe has their own flag. Here are some examples below.
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