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African Christian Democratic Party (South Africa)

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[ACDP flag] image by Jarig Bakker, 17 Dec 2001

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African Christian Democratic Party (ACDP)

On the top left hand side of this website is the flag of the African Christian Democratic Party (South Africa) with the emblem on a white background and the party's initials on the bottom.  When flown it is of normal flag dimensions. The ACDP was organized prior to the 1994 election, at which it won two seats on a 5 percent vote share; it also secured representation in three provincial assemblies. In the 1999 elections the ACDP got 6 parliamentary seats.
Gary Selikow
, 17 Dec 2001

 [ACDP logo] image from this website, reported by Gary Selikow, 17 Dec 2001

The Logo was designed by a number of ACDP pioneers and was aimed at representing what a Party with Biblical Christian principles should entail. The two arrows from left and right, signify drawing South Africans from the right and left of race, politics, ideology, Church affiliation, religion, language, tribe and culture towards the Cross of Jesus Christ in reconciliation, and unity, in God Almighty, and with one another. The arrows upward and downwards illustrate die direction up towards God and down towards our fellow South Africans and our communities. The red border signifies the Blood of Jesus Christ, surrounding and protecting the ACDP and its members and followers, and the people of South Africa, as we submit ourselves to the Saviour and Lord of all creation and of South Africa.
Bruce Berry, 18 Dec 2001