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About the ZAR to NGN exchange rate

Today's ZAR-NGN Commentary

The ZAR-NGN rate is now close to its highest level of the last two weeks. Its strongest level observed during this timeframe was ZAR 1 = NGN 25.9676, reached last Wednesday. The actual high level of the ZAR-NGN differs considerably from the much lower level (ZAR 1 = NGN 24.6363) recorded on August 3, when a transfer of 4,000 rands converted into only 98,545 NGN (the exact same transfer converts to 103,276.15 NGN now - 4,731.15 NGN more).

Conversion Rates ZAR/NGN

1 ZAR 25.819038 NGN
50 ZAR 1,291 NGN
100 ZAR 2,582 NGN
200 ZAR 5,164 NGN
500 ZAR 12,910 NGN
1,000 ZAR 25,819 NGN
3,500 ZAR 90,367 NGN
5,000 ZAR 129,095 NGN
10,000 ZAR 258,190 NGN
100,000 ZAR 2,581,904 NGN
Source XE.com | Last updated 8 hours ago

Conversion Rates NGN/ZAR

1 NGN 0.038731 ZAR
50 NGN 1.936555 ZAR
100 NGN 3.873111 ZAR
200 NGN 7.746222 ZAR
500 NGN 19.365555 ZAR
1,000 NGN 38.73111 ZAR
3,500 NGN 135.558885 ZAR
5,000 NGN 193.65555 ZAR
10,000 NGN 387.311099 ZAR
100,000 NGN 3,873 ZAR
Source XE.com | Last updated 8 hours ago

Key facts about ZAR and NGN

  • About the rand

    Name:
    rand
    Symbol:
    R
    Minor unit:
    1/100 Cent
    Central Bank:
    South African Reserve Bank
    Countries:
    Lesotho, Namibia, South Africa
    Rank in the most traded currencies:
    #20
  • About the Nigerian naira

    Name:
    Nigerian naira
    Symbol:
    Minor unit:
    1/100 Kobo
    Central Bank:
    Central Bank of Nigeria
    Country:
    Nigeria

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