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Province : Eastern Cape (until 1994 Cape Province)
District municipality : Sara Baartman District Municipality

Arms of Kou-Kamma

Official blazon


  • Wapen: Tweelingkepersgewys deursnede, die pieke gekanteel, silwer en blou, daartussen 'n uitkomende groen denneboom en in die skildvoet 'n versmalde golwende silwer dwarsbalk en 'n golwende groen skildvoet, op die skildnawel 'n besant belaai met 'n heuningby van natuurlike kleur, bo die besant en aanstotend daarteen 'n handsaag van natuurlike kleur. Die skild is oortop van 'n rustieke bruin muurkroon, swart gemessel, die kantele en kanteelkepe verhoog met voorstellings van gebinde houtpalissades van natuurlike kleur.
  • Wapenspreuk: WEALTH FROM THE EARTH


  • Arms: Per chevron coupled, the peaks embattled, Argent and Azure, issuant therebetween a pine tree Vert, and in base a barrulet wavy Argent and a base wavy Vert, at nombril point a bezant charged with a honeybee proper, above the bezant and conjoined to it a handsaw proper. The shield is ensigned with a rustic mural crown Brunatre, masoned Sable, heightened on the crenellations and crenelles with representations of bound wooden palisades proper.


The arms were officially granted on February 10, 2005.

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