Rand to Naira Black Market Rate

Updated on 19:45 27/11/2020
South African Rand (ZAR)ZARNGNSell: 27 0.00%Buy: 20Naira to Rand Exchange Rate₦ 1 = R 0.05000
Previous Day Comparison
% Change
0.00%
Last 30 Days High/Low
Highest
₦ 30 on 04/11/2020
Lowest
₦ 27 on 27/11/2020
2020 High/Low
Highest
₦ 30 on 04/11/2020
Lowest
₦ 26 on 28/02/2020

Rand to Naira Black Market (Lagos) Rate Chart

Daily Rand to Naira Black Market (Lagos) Review

South African Rand rate is ₦27 against Naira in Black Market (Lagos) today, November 28, 2020. South African Rand has been traded at ₦27 when Black Market opened this week on Monday, November 23, 2020. This corresponds to no movement for Rand this week.

To have a monthly quick review, ZAR was traded at ₦30 at the beginning of November on Monday, November 02, 2020. As of today with Rand being traded at ₦27, we see a 10.00% fall for Rand to Naira exchange rates for this November.

Comment on South African Rand to Naira Rates


Convert Rand to Naira in Black Market

RandNaira
1 Rand to Naira₦ 27
5 Rands to Naira₦ 135
10 Rands to Naira₦ 270
20 Rands to Naira₦ 540
50 Rands to Naira₦ 1,350
100 Rands to Naira₦ 2,700
200 Rands to Naira₦ 5,400
500 Rands to Naira₦ 13,500
1000 Rands to Naira₦ 27,000
2000 Rands to Naira₦ 54,000
5000 Rands to Naira₦ 135,000

Rand to Naira Black Market sell rates are used in calculating the Rand to Naira conversion table.

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Naira to Rand Black Market Rate

  • Sell: ₦ 1 = R 0.05000
  • Buy: ₦ 1 = R 0.03704
  • Previous Day Comparison
    • Change: R 0
    • % Change: 0.00%

Convert Naira to Rand in Black Market

NairaRand
1 Naira to RandR 0.05
5 Nairas to RandR 0.25
10 Nairas to RandR 0.5
20 Nairas to RandR 1
50 Nairas to RandR 2.5
100 Nairas to RandR 5
200 Nairas to RandR 10
500 Nairas to RandR 25
1000 Nairas to RandR 50
5000 Nairas to RandR 250

Rand to Naira Black Market buy rates are used in calculating the Naira to Rand conversion table.

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