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  1. The South African rand is legal tender in the Common Monetary Area member states of Namibia, Lesotho and Eswatini, with these three countries also having their own national currency (the dollar, the loti and the lilangeni respectively) pegged with the rand at parity and still widely accepted as substitutes.

  2. Jan 27, 2021 · The History of Money in South Africa from 1652 to 2020. Right up until Valentine’s Day in 1961, South African used the British Pound as its official currency. This was because SA was a British colony. In 1961, when the Rand made its debut, it wasn’t considered a weak currency as it is now.

  3. The country’s coins, which contain images of plant and animal life, feature the use of South Africa’s various languages to render the country’s name. South Africa used the British pound sterling until 1921, when the South African pound was introduced. South Africa adopted the rand in 1961; it replaced the pound at a rate of 2 rand for 1 pound.

  4. Jan 24, 2023 · The South African rand was first produced in 1961, when South Africa became a republic. It replaced the South African pound, which used to be the legal currency of the Union of South Africa since it was established as a British Dominion in 1910.

  5. Oct 31, 2021 · Key Takeaways The South African rand (ZAR) is the national currency of the country of South Africa. The rand was introduced in February 1961 and mostly held a steady peg against the US dollar until the end of apartheid. Since then, its value has depreciated as the South African economy has become ...

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