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Ex Unitate Vires is a Latin phrase formally used as the national motto of South Africa. It was originally translated as "Union is Strength" but was later revised in 1961 to mean "Unity is Strength". It was adopted in 1910 as the national motto but was replaced in 2000.

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  • Ex Unitate Vires is a Latin phrase formally used as the national motto of South Africa. It was originally translated as "Union is Strength" but was later revised in 1961 to mean "Unity is Strength". It was adopted in 1910 as the national motto but was replaced in 2000.
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  • Ex Unitate Vires is a Latin phrase formally used as the national motto of South Africa. It was originally translated as "Union is Strength" but was later revised in 1961 to mean "Unity is Strength". It was adopted in 1910 as the national motto but was replaced in 2000.
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