ZAR to PKR Currency Converter - 1 South Africa Rand To Pakistan Rupee
1 ZAR = 0 PKR
1 ZAR = 0.00 PKR
Your Conversion : 1 ZAR = 0 PKR
Reverse Conversion : 0 PKR = 1 ZAR
South Africa Rand Pakistan Rupee
Updated: Jun 23 2021
Today South Africa Rand Rate to Pakistan Rupee (1 ZAR to PKR) is 0 PKR, all prices are updated every hour to give you the best ZAR to PKR conversion. This South Africa Rand to Pakistan Rupee conversion is based on open market rates which are set by the currency exchange dealers of Pakistan. Easily find the 1 ZAR buying rate and selling rate in Pakistan. You can also convert all major currencies online.
ZAR TO PKR CHART & GRAPH
ZAR TO PKR STATS
|Last 30 days||LAST 90 DAYS|
ZAR TO PKR INTERNATIONAL FOREX RATES HISTORY
|22 Jun, 2021||10.97|
|15 Jun, 2021||11.34|
|14 Jun, 2021||11.35|
|11 Jun, 2021||11.45|
|9 Jun, 2021||11.47|
|8 Jun, 2021||11.50|
|7 Jun, 2021||11.51|
|5 Jun, 2021||11.52|
|8 Apr, 2021||10.51|
|6 Apr, 2021||10.50|
|5 Apr, 2021||10.47|
|2 Apr, 2021||10.48|
|31 Mar, 2021||10.22|
|27 Mar, 2021||10.35|
|25 Mar, 2021||10.37|
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ZAR to PKR
The ZAR to PKR exchange rate is around 0 Pakistani Rupee. ZAR is the currency used in South Africa, and PKR is the currency used in Pakistan. The economy plays a vital role in determining the exchange rate of both countries. According to the economy, South Africa is the 2nd largest country in Africa.
Pakistan is the 23rd largest country in the world, according to the economy. Pakistan imports goods from South Africa of about US$240 million yearly. And the exports from Pakistan to South Africa are less about US$210 million. The explanation of why and how ZAR vary with PKR is as follows.
The official currency of South Africa is South African Rand. The South African Reserve Bank manages the currency because it is the central bank of South Africa. The South Africa currency name is taken from the “Witwatersrand” means “white waters ridge”. It is the ridge where most of South Africa’s gold deposits were found and upon which Johannesburg was built.
The currency of South Africa was introduced in February 1961. The currency symbol is “R”, and the currency code is “ZAR”. It is subdivided into 100 cents. The coins are used in denominations of 5c, 10c, 20c, 50c, R 1, R 2, and R 5. The banknotes that are used in denominations of R 10, R 20, R 50, R 100, and R 200.
The Rand is also a legal tender between Lesotho, South Africa, and Namibia in the common monetary area. The most popular South Africa Rand exchange rate is the USD to ZAR rate. As compared to the United States Dollar, ZAR is a weaker currency. The exchange rate of the Dollar to ZAR is around South African Rand.
PKR is the official currency of Pakistan. The most popular Pakistan Rupee exchange rate is the GBP to PKR rate. The currency code of Pakistan for Rupees is PKR, and the symbol is Rs. State Bank of Pakistan regulates the currency of Pakistan.
One Rupee is divided into 100 paise. The banknotes of Pakistan are Rs 10, Rs 20, Rs 50, Rs 100, Rs 500, Rs 1000, and Rs 5000. In Pakistan, a large number of Rupees are counted in the name of thousand, lakh (100,000), crore (10 million), arab (1 billion), kharab (100 billion).
ZAR and PKR
The economy of South Africa is stronger than Pakistan’s economy. Pakistan has a $5,400 GDP per capita. And South Africa has a $13,500 GDP per capita. The currency of Pakistan is much weaker than the South Africa currency. The exchange rate of PKR to ZAR is around South African Rand.
South African Rand is the strongest currency than the Pakistani Rupee. But a weaker currency than the United States Dollar. South Africa spends 2.2 times more on taxes than Pakistan. The top tax rate in Pakistan is 20.0%, and the tax rate in South Africa is 45.0%. That's the reason why the economy of South Africa is strong, and their currency is also higher than Pakistan.