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On the 2nd September 2013 the spot inter-bank market saw:

Open: 1 USD = 10.2552 ZAR

Close: 1 USD = 10.2833 ZAR

Average: 1 USD = 10.2236 ZAR

Lowest: 1 USD = 10.1902 ZAR

Highest: 1 USD = 10.257 ZAR


Today's Live US Dollar into South African Rand Exchange Rate

Spot: 1 USD = 14.3165 ZAR

Independent Provider: 1 USD = 14.2163 ZAR

Avge. UK Bank International Payment: 1 USD = 13.7553 ZAR

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USD/ZAR Conversion Table History

See below quick comparision table showing how the most popular currency requirements for the US Dollar / South African Rand exchange rate conversions on the 2nd of September compared.

US Dollars into South African Rands South African Rands into US Dollar Date
1 USD = 10.2833 ZAR 0.0972 USD = 1 ZAR on 02/09/2013
5 USD = 51.4165 ZAR 0.4860 USD = 5 ZAR on 02/09/2013
10 USD = 102.8330 ZAR 0.9720 USD = 10 ZAR on 02/09/2013
15 USD = 154.2495 ZAR 1.4580 USD = 15 ZAR on 02/09/2013
20 USD = 205.6660 ZAR 1.9440 USD = 20 ZAR on 02/09/2013
25 USD = 257.0825 ZAR 2.4300 USD = 25 ZAR on 02/09/2013
50 USD = 514.1650 ZAR 4.8600 USD = 50 ZAR on 02/09/2013
100 USD = 1,028.3300 ZAR 9.7200 USD = 100 ZAR on 02/09/2013
500 USD = 5,141.6500 ZAR 48.6000 USD = 500 ZAR on 02/09/2013
1000 USD = 10,283.3000 ZAR 97.2000 USD = 1000 ZAR on 02/09/2013
2500 USD = 25,708.2500 ZAR 243.0000 USD = 2500 ZAR on 02/09/2013
5000 USD = 51,416.5000 ZAR 486.0000 USD = 5000 ZAR on 02/09/2013
10000 USD = 102,833.0000 ZAR 972.0000 USD = 10000 ZAR on 02/09/2013
25000 USD = 257,082.5000 ZAR 2,430.0000 USD = 25000 ZAR on 02/09/2013
50000 USD = 514,165.0000 ZAR 4,860.0000 USD = 50000 ZAR on 02/09/2013
100000 USD = 1,028,330.0000 ZAR 9,720.0000 USD = 100000 ZAR on 02/09/2013
250000 USD = 2,570,825.0000 ZAR 24,300.0000 USD = 250000 ZAR on 02/09/2013
500000 USD = 5,141,650.0000 ZAR 48,600.0000 USD = 500000 ZAR on 02/09/2013
1000000 USD = 10,283,300.0000 ZAR 97,200.0000 USD = 1000000 ZAR on 02/09/2013

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