The South African produced two-tone "urban" camouflage was a purely commercial pattern produced for export. Anyone who says this pattern saw official use with SA forces is trying to sell you a story. The SADF, SAP, SARP, etc. never used this pattern. I've heard from a few South African sources that this pattern was available for civilian sale within SA as the "urban" colors weren't prohibited. Remember, during the 70's and 80's private possession of camouflage in South Africa was illegal. Since this pattern wasn't in Earth tones of greens and browns, it was exempt. In the US, this pattern saw limited availability from places like US Cavalry and Brigade Quartermasters during the late 80's. I remember some surplus shops still had stocks of this for sale during the early 90's, but that was the last time it was readily available.
It was manufactured by Adder, Adro and Robar Fashions. None of these companies exist anymore. In fact, Adder and Adro were front companies for legitimate SADF contractors, and were basically set up as an export division. As most are aware, these "companies" also produced the Rhodesian camo copy uniforms. There were also a few commercial copies of Recce webbing produced that were marketed under these names as well. With the end of the Border War in 1989, and the resultant draw-down of the South African military industrial complex, production of these commercial patterns ceased.
Anymore, about the only place where you will find these items for sale is eBay. You might get lucky with an older surplus shop, but that will be a freak chance. Most of my items came from eBay over the years. Usually there are a handful of items in this pattern available throughout the year.
There were several items made from this fabric, to include a bush jacket, shirt, trousers, bush hat, shorts, and a T-shirt.
Here's a few examles to feast your eyes on.
Hope this helps!