Botswana Flag Color Codes

Botswana Flag Color Codes in HTML HEX, RGB, CMYK & Pantone

The Botswana flag has a light blue background with a black horizontal band across the center, with white fimbriation. Use these Botswana flag color codes if you need their national flag colors for your digital designs, paint, or printing projects. Check out this link for the rest of the African Flag Colors.

Get Botswana flag color code values in standard and popular color code formats (HEX / HTML / Web, RGB, CMYK, Pantone)

Botswana Flag Color Codes
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Botswana Flag Color Names & Codes

Light Blue

Blue - 75AADB
  • Hex: #75AADB
  • RGB: 117,170,219
  • CMYK: 40,19,0,14
  • Pantone: PMS 284 C

White

White - FFFFFF
  • Hex: #FFFFFF
  • RGB: 255,255,255
  • CMYK: 0,0,0,0
  • Pantone: PMS White C

Black

Black - 000000
  • Hex: #000000
  • RGB: 0,0,0
  • CMYK: 0,0,0,100
  • Pantone: PMS Black C

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Did You Know?
Botswana’s flag does not use red, green, and gold – the colors of many African flags. Instead, blue was chosen as the main color because of the country’s motto – ‘Let there be rain.’ Botswana is a dry country, and rain is a precious resource.

Botswana Flag Colors Palette Image

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Botswana Flag Colors Meaning

Botswana’s national flag has a light blue field divided through the center by a black band with a white border around it. Every color on the flag has social, administrative, and local significance. The light blue field symbolizes the rain, which is so important in Botswana due to its generally arid climate. 

The black and white colors symbolize accord and collaboration amongst the people of diverse races and cultures living in Botswana and society’s pluralist nature. It also represents the stripes of a zebra, which is considered a symbol of natural abundance and is Botswana’s national animal.

  • Blue: It represents the rain/water.
  • Black and White: It represents the stripes of the national animal, the zebra. The stripes also represent people of different racial backgrounds working together in harmony.