Freedom Park CEO, Jane Mufamadi, has come out in defence of the R22-million flag project.
Mufamadi says it would have had positive economic spin-offs.
But, she accepts the Minister and President’s decision to put it on hold due to a public outcry.
The monumental flag was proposed to be housed at Freedom Park.
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