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Actual exchange rates
Money in South Africa (notes and coins)
South Africa’s legal tender is called Rand (ZAR).
1 Rand = 100 cent.
Coins in circulation:
Rand R1, R2 and R5 and
5c, 10c, 20c and 50c cent coins
Notes in circulation:
Rand R10, R20, R50, R100 and R200
URCard for tourists
UR card is similar to using cash, but without having to carry money around.
A travel money option, highly recommended for foreigners in South Africa, URCard is a prepaid debit card designed specifically for tourists. The card can be loaded with rand at a fixed exchange rate from either a local or foreign bank account and then used to withdraw money at any ATM or make purchases at all MasterCard electronic pay points. You can pre-order the card and load funds before departing, and then pick up the card on arrival Cape Town or Johannesburg international airports.
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