And the world, unheeding, turns
Both are still existing members of the Commonwealth.
Yeah, you sort of got it. At least you're thinking correctly. The answer is Namibia, formerly Southwest Africa, formerly German Southwest Africa. It employed right-hand driving under German control, then switched to left-hand driving when becoming a South African protectorate after the First World War and never switched back. Your questions kind of murked the whole thing, especially because it's hard to define the country's existence... but it has always been a distinct political entity.South (west?) Africa was under German rule then part of the Commonwealth I think, so South Africa? No idea what side of the road they drive on though.
Sorry, I meant "the shit". They were the shit.
My poor guessing must have helped too?Hah! It was a wild guess. Although your hints did help a lot.
I have two final words on the matter. East Timor.However, only two countries in the world ever switched from right-hand to left-hand traffic, and keep it to this day.