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  • 0.0569
  • 0.0569
  • 1.0880 EUR
  • 0.0000%
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  • 0.0460
  • 0.0460
  • 0.8084 USD
  • 0.0000%
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  • 0.0523
  • 0.0523
  • 0.9192 USD
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  • 0.0523
  • 0.0523
  • 0.9192 USD
  • 0.0000%
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  • 0.0801
  • 0.0801
  • 1.4077 USD
  • 0.0000%
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  • 0.7021
  • 0.7021
  • 12.3392 USD
  • 0.0000%
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  • 0.0759
  • 0.0759
  • 1.3339 USD
  • 0.0000%
  • Last Rates (08:33)
  • 0.3881
  • 0.3881
  • 6.8207 USD
  • 0.0000%
  • Last Rates (08:33)
  • 0.4427
  • 0.4427
  • 7.7803 USD
  • 0.0000%
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  • 4.6461
  • 4.6461
  • 81.6538 USD
  • 0.0000%
  • Last Rates (08:33)
  • 7.3710
  • 7.3710
  • 129.5431 USD
  • 0.0000%
  • Last Rates (08:33)
  • 0.5640
  • 0.5640
  • 9.9121 USD
  • 0.0000%
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  • 0.5895
  • 0.5895
  • 10.3603 USD
  • 0.0000%
  • Last Rates (08:33)
  • 0.0522
  • 0.0522
  • 0.9174 USD
  • 0.0000%
  • Last Rates (08:33)
  • 21.6614
  • 21.6614
  • 380.6924 USD
  • 0.0000%

The South African Reserve Bank was established in Pretoria in 1921. It is Africa's oldest central bank. The South African Rand was first introduced in banknote form in 1922. In addition, the bank has the feature of being offered to the public. Its main task is to develop monetary policies in the national interest. It is to be converted with ZAR code in international money markets.
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