Currency Converter Chinese Yuan Renminbi to South African Rand and vice versaUpdated on by Stefan Banse
South Africa and China have very good relations and China is South Africa's largest trading partner. China is and remains a top vacation destination for South Africans. If you're an urban tourist, a hiker, a cyclist, a scout, a backpacker, an irrepressible museum-goer, or a faddish foodie, China's uniqueness is second to none. The Chinese live to eat, and with 1.4 billion food-loving people to feed, combined with vast geographical and cultural variations in a vast country, expect your taste buds to be tested, treated, and tantalized. China has a mixed socialist market economy to keep track of it use our currency converter to convert the Yuan with South African Rand and printable conversion table.
Chinese Yuan Renminbi - South African Rand: Current exchange rates from Nov 23, 2020
Our currency converter allows you to calculate the exchange rate of many other foreign currencies as well as the conversion from Chinese Yuan Renminbi to South African Rand by clicking on the button to reverse the units from South African Rand to Chinese Yuan Renminbi. In the following, we provide you with a brief overview of the current exchange rate between Chinese Yuan Renminbi and South African Rand and vice versa.
1 Chinese Yuan Renminbi (CNY) equals 2.334 South African Rand (ZAR)
1 South African Rand (ZAR) equals 0.428 Chinese Yuan Renminbi (CNY)
Printable conversion tables for your trip to China
The printed conversion table is a handy travel guide on the road. This means you always have all conversions from Chinese Yuan Renminbi to South African Rand in your wallet for daily use.
1 Yuan = 100 Fēn
1 ZAR = 0.428 CNY
1 Rand = 100 Cents
1 CNY = 2.334 ZAR
As source for the information in the "Exchange rates" category, we have used in particular:
- Euro reference rates of the European Central Bank - daily rates (German Federal Bank)
Last update on November 23, 2020
The pages of the "Exchange rates" category were last editorially reviewed by Stefan Banse on November 23, 2020. They all correspond to the current status.
Previous changes on October 25, 2020
- November 23, 2020: Daily update of exchange rates in the currency converter.
- Editorial revision of all texts in this category