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Euro to Rand Exchange Rate Today (January 2021)


How Much Is Euro To Rand Exchange Rate Today {Updated Daily}

The Rand to Euro exchange rate though pegged at an official rate of 1 EUR = 17.9401 ZAR had been at what could be described as freefall in the market.

Though in recent days it has been fluctuating, falling and rising every day. This rate isn’t encouraging, in fact, many South Africans now spend more buying less, an act that shouldn’t be.

We would be highlighting the reasons why it is so. To check this page for any changes in the euro rate, save or bookmark the link below.

Euro To Rand Exchange Rate Today (January 2020): 17.9401 ZAR To €1

euro to rand today


Euros to South-African-RandsSouth-African-Rands to Euros
1 EUR17.9401 ZAR1 ZAR0.0557 EUR
2 EUR35.8802 ZAR2 ZAR0.1115 EUR
5 EUR89.7006 ZAR5 ZAR0.2787 EUR
10 EUR179.4012 ZAR10 ZAR0.5574 EUR
15 EUR269.1018 ZAR15 ZAR0.8361 EUR
20 EUR358.8024 ZAR20 ZAR1.1148 EUR
25 EUR448.503 ZAR25 ZAR1.3935 EUR
50 EUR897.006 ZAR50 ZAR2.787 EUR
100 EUR1794.012 ZAR100 ZAR5.5741 EUR
500 EUR8970.0601 ZAR500 ZAR27.8705 EUR
1000 EUR17940.1202 ZAR1000 ZAR55.741 EUR
2500 EUR44850.3006 ZAR2500 ZAR139.3525 EUR
5000 EUR89700.6011 ZAR5000 ZAR278.7049 EUR
10000 EUR179401.2022 ZAR10000 ZAR557.4099 EUR


There are seven different banknotes. They come in 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, 200 and other denominations. There are also eight different denominations of coins.


  1. Each European currency banknote has a standard design on one side and a country-specific design on the other
  2. The symbol on the euro was based on the Greek epsilon character, representing “E” for Europe. The two parallel lines through the center signify stability.
  3. To date, 16 European Union member countries and approximately 329 million people use the euro.
  4. Greece has been part of the eurozone, the area comprised of nations that have adopted the euro since 2001. Slovakia was the most recent country to adopt the currency doing so in 2009, Sweden is excepted to be the next.
  5. The idea of establishing a single currency in Europe was approved upon the signing of the Maastricht Treaty on Feb 7, 1992.
  6. The EUR was actually launched in 11 countries as a virtual currency used only for non-cash and electronic transactions on Jan 1, 1999.
  7. Denmark and the United Kingdom was the only European Union member states to opt out of using the euro as currency.
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