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

As of 2017-08-17, 100 ZAR = 832.60 JPY which also means 100 South African Rand = 832.60 Japanese Yen

100 South African Rand to Japanese Yen exchange rates

South African Rand Converter Close Change Return
1 ZAR to JPY 8.3260 trending_down -0.0369 -0.4415%
1 ZAR to JPY 8.3629 trending_up 0.0611 0.7365%
1 ZAR to JPY 8.3018 trending_up 0.0434 0.5253%
1 ZAR to JPY 8.2584 trending_up 0.1566 1.9328%
1 ZAR to JPY 8.1018 trending_up 0.0180 0.2230%
1 ZAR to JPY 8.0838 trending_down -0.1331 -1.6197%
1 ZAR to JPY 8.2169 trending_up 0.0623 0.7636%

100 South African Rand to Japanese Yen chart

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