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Definition of 'South African Rand ZAR'

ZAR is the three-letter currency code representing
the currency of South Africa which is commonly known as the Rand.

The Rand derives its name from the Witwatersrand (Afrikaans for White-Waters-Ridge),
which is an area surrounded by Johannesburg under which a large gold reef exists.

The Rand is subdivided into 100 cents using the symbol "c."

10 south african rands

10 south african rands

20 south african rands

20 south african rands

50 south african rands

50 south african rands

100 south african rands

100 south african rands

200 south african rands

200 south african rands
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