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South Kasai was a secessionist region in the area of eastern Congo (Zaire).
Its flag was something like horizontally red-green or green-red with a large
yellow 'V'. [smi75]
Harald Müller, 12 Jan 1996
This flag is listed under number 6 at the chart Flags
of Aspirant Peoples [asp] as:
«South Kasai (Independent state, 1960-62) - Zaire».
Ivan Sache, 12 Sep 1999
State of South Kasai lasted from 9 August 1960 to 2 October 1962.
Ruled by President (later King), it was officially known as the Mining
State because of its diamonds and other precious materials.
Ivan Sache, 12 Sep 1999, quoting from [smi76]
The flag was used approximately from 1960-1962. The state of South
Kasai was proclaimed in June 1960 by tribal chief Albert Kalonji.
Jaume Ollé, Jul 1996