Exchange rate, the price for which Japanese Yen is exchanged for South African Rand.

As of 2017-06-24, 100 JPY = 11.63 ZAR which also means 100 Japanese Yen = 11.63 South African Rand

100 Japanese Yen to South African Rand exchange rates

Japanese Yen Converter Close Change Return
1 JPY to ZAR 0.1163 trending_up 0.0001 0.0758%
1 JPY to ZAR 0.1162 trending_down -0.0007 -0.6029%
1 JPY to ZAR 0.1169 trending_down -0.0003 -0.2972%
1 JPY to ZAR 0.1173 trending_down 0.0000 -0.0227%
1 JPY to ZAR 0.1173 trending_up 0.0018 1.5506%
1 JPY to ZAR 0.1155 trending_down -0.0002 -0.1900%

100 Japanese Yen to South African Rand chart

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