British Pound to South African Rand

Convert British Pound to South African Rand: GBP/ZAR - ZAR/GBP

British Pound
   =   
South African Rand
 
South African Rand
   =   
British Pound

The South African Rand

The South African Rand is the official currency of South Africa, it was introduced in 1961, in the same year when it was established the Republic of South Africa. The Rand is also the official currency of the countries of the Common Monetary Area (CMA), monetary union between South Africa, Lesotho and Swaziland. The ISO code of the South African currency is ZAR.

Coins and Banknotes

The South African Rand (symbol R) is divided into 100 cents (symbol c).
Coins: 5, 10, 20, 50 cents. and 1, 2, 5 rand - Banknotes: 10, 20, 50, 100, 200 rands.

South Africa

South Africa is a country located in the extreme south of the African continent, is bordered by Namibia, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Mozambique, Swaziland, Lesotho, the Atlantic Ocean and the Indian Ocean. South Africa is a parliamentary republic with three capitals: Cape Town (370 000 inhab.) the legislative capital, Pretoria (2.3 million inhab.) the administrative capital and Bloemfontein (3.5 million inhab.) the judicial capital. The country has a population of 50.1 million people, official languages English and Afrikaans, time zone UTC +2 and internet TLD .za.

Currency Converter

Enter the amount to be converted in one of the two boxes to the left to get into the right the value in the other currency. For example, to know how much is 1 Pound in South African Rand, insert 1 in the top box to the left and you will get the value in British Pound in the top box to the right.
The financial term used for the British pound is Pound Sterling (ster. or stg.) while in everyday language the word commonly used is Pound or Quid (slang).

Use of Data

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