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Eswatini Flag

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The Eswatini flag has 5 symmetrical horizontal blue, narrow yellow, & red stripes. In the center is a black & white shield on top of spears.
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Our flag of Eswatini (also known as Swaziland) is constructed in the United States from high-quality nylon, a lightweight weather-resistant fabric that dries quickly after rain. The distinctive shield emblem and background are digitally printed for precision and UV-resistant colors.

The Swaziland flag comes with a sturdy canvas heading and brass grommets for simple attachment to an outdoor flagpole. The popular 3’ x 5’ sized flag is a great fit for our 6’ house-mounted tangle-free pole.

Eswatini Flag Features:

  • Proudly manufactured in the USA
  • Authentic 1968 design
  • 100% durable nylon for outdoor use
  • Reinforced canvas heading
  • Brass grommets for reliable mounting

Our national flag of Swaziland is also available adorned with elegant gold fringe and a pole sleeve for indoor displays.

Eswatini Flag Meaning & History

The Eswatini national flag was adopted on October 6, 1968, after gaining independence from the British Empire. It was designed by King Sobhuza II, the reigning monarch of Eswatini at the time.

The central element is a Nguni shield, made from cowhide and traditionally used in battle, hunting, and ceremonies. The shield is the equivalent of a coat of arms, representing the royal family. The lines in the shield are strips of woven cowhide, which serve both for decoration and to attach the staff’s handle.

Above the staff are two spears with widowbird and lourie feathers, which the king can only use. The shield and spears represent the protection of the nation. The red stripe symbolizes past battles, the blue is for peace, and the yellow is for the land's natural resources.