Converter South African rand

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Exchange rate of South African rand , currency of South Africa

ZAR/currency Converter
1 ZAR = 5.2714 INR
1 ZAR = 4.8708 MZN
1 ZAR = 0.8098 ZMW
1 ZAR = 59.6479 MWK
1 ZAR = 29.8150 NGN
1 ZAR = 187.0832 TZS
1 ZAR = 9.1646 PKR
1 ZAR = 300.6541 UGX
1 ZAR = 0.3769 GHS
1 ZAR = 0.0589 XRP
1 ZAR = 6.8669 BDT
1 ZAR = 44.2333 XAF
1 ZAR = 2.2587 ETB
1 ZAR = 8.5134 KES
1 ZAR = 4.1959 PHP
1 ZAR = 0.8047 BWP
1 ZAR = 0.1133 NZD
1 ZAR = 0.1030 CAD
1 ZAR = 2.7167 MUR
1 ZAR = 0.3031 AED
1 ZAR = 44.2333 XOF
1 ZAR = 1103.9280 IDR
1 ZAR = 0.3251 MYR
1 ZAR = 0.1032 AUD
1 ZAR = 1.0076 NAD
1 ZAR = 1.0082 SZL
1 ZAR = 70.9107 RWF
1 ZAR = 12.7541 LKR
1 ZAR = 11.5140 XDG
1 ZAR = 0.1102 XXC

Use of the converter

Enter the amount to convert at the top and choose a second currency., You can also get the history of the price rate by clicking on the "convert" button., If you want to see the parity of the ZAR currency with other currencies, go to the table " South African rand exchange rate" below.
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Currency Of South Africa

The South-African Rand

One might almost call them the "Big Six" from now on. The South-African banknotes pay tribute to the 5 greatest, species of mammal now respected and protected but once upon a time feared and hunted, together with the country's figurehead: Nelson Mandela, international icon of pardon and reconciliation. Madiba is visible on the front of all the banknotes while the back carries, in order of appearance, the rhinoceros, the elephant, the lion, the buffalo and the leopard.

The South African banknotes are very brightly colored, just like the national flag. It is not without reason that South Africa is known as the Rainbow nation: its multiplicity of ethnic groups and languages make it a country rich in culture and tradition. The only problem is to find a way for them all to live together.

On the 9 different coins in current circulation, one may find other more vulnerable wild animals: the great kudu on the 2 Rand coins, the springbok (1 Rand) and even the gnou (5 Rands).