Silver Rate in South Africa

South Africa Silver Rate Today

Silver Rate in South Africa per Gram

ZAR 12.99 | INR 69.78

Silver Rate in South Africa per Tola

ZAR 151.49 | INR 813.85

Silver Rate in South Africa per Ounce

ZAR 403.96 | INR 2,170.28

Silver Rate in South Africa per Kg

ZAR 12,987.67 | INR 69,775.98

Silver Rate in South Africa

Last updated on May 28, 2024

Quantity South African Rand Rupees Dollar
1 Gram ZAR 12.99 INR 69.78 USD 1.01
1 Tola ZAR 151.49 INR 813.85 USD 11.84
10 Grams ZAR 129.88 INR 697.76 USD 10.15
1 Sovereign ZAR 103.90 INR 558.21 USD 8.12
10 Tolas ZAR 1,514.86 INR 8,138.53 USD 118.35
1 Ounce ZAR 403.96 INR 2,170.28 USD 31.56
1 Kilogram ZAR 12,987.67 INR 69,775.98 USD 1,014.68

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Silver Price in South Africa

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Check today's silver rate in South Africa per gram, silver rate per tola today in South Africa, todays silver rate per 10 grams in South Africa and today silver price per kilogram in South Africa. Also find silver rate history in South Africa, historical silver rate chart in South Africa.

South Africa Silver Rate History

Date 1 Gram 1 Tola 1 Ounce 1 Kilo
May 28, 2024 ZAR 12.99 ZAR 151.49 ZAR 403.96 ZAR 12,987.67
May 28, 2024 ZAR 12.99 ZAR 151.49 ZAR 403.96 ZAR 12,987.67
May 27, 2024 ZAR 12.59 ZAR 146.83 ZAR 391.55 ZAR 12,588.49
May 27, 2024 ZAR 12.59 ZAR 146.83 ZAR 391.55 ZAR 12,588.49
May 23, 2024 ZAR 12.57 ZAR 146.59 ZAR 390.91 ZAR 12,567.92
May 23, 2024 ZAR 13.09 ZAR 152.73 ZAR 407.29 ZAR 13,094.66
May 22, 2024 ZAR 13.09 ZAR 152.73 ZAR 407.29 ZAR 13,094.66
May 22, 2024 ZAR 13.09 ZAR 152.73 ZAR 407.29 ZAR 13,094.66
May 21, 2024 ZAR 13.02 ZAR 151.87 ZAR 404.99 ZAR 13,020.59
May 21, 2024 ZAR 13.02 ZAR 151.87 ZAR 404.99 ZAR 13,020.59
May 20, 2024 ZAR 13.09 ZAR 152.64 ZAR 407.03 ZAR 13,086.43
May 20, 2024 ZAR 13.09 ZAR 152.64 ZAR 407.03 ZAR 13,086.43
May 19, 2024 ZAR 12.21 ZAR 142.46 ZAR 379.90 ZAR 12,214.01
May 19, 2024 ZAR 12.21 ZAR 142.46 ZAR 379.90 ZAR 12,214.01
May 18, 2024 ZAR 12.21 ZAR 142.46 ZAR 379.90 ZAR 12,214.01
May 18, 2024 ZAR 12.21 ZAR 142.46 ZAR 379.90 ZAR 12,214.01
May 17, 2024 ZAR 12.21 ZAR 142.46 ZAR 379.90 ZAR 12,214.01
May 17, 2024 ZAR 12.21 ZAR 142.46 ZAR 379.90 ZAR 12,214.01
May 16, 2024 ZAR 12.21 ZAR 142.41 ZAR 379.77 ZAR 12,209.89
May 16, 2024 ZAR 12.21 ZAR 142.41 ZAR 379.77 ZAR 12,209.89
May 15, 2024 ZAR 11.86 ZAR 138.33 ZAR 368.89 ZAR 11,860.10
May 15, 2024 ZAR 11.86 ZAR 138.33 ZAR 368.89 ZAR 11,860.10
May 14, 2024 ZAR 11.70 ZAR 136.46 ZAR 363.90 ZAR 11,699.60
May 14, 2024 ZAR 11.70 ZAR 136.46 ZAR 363.90 ZAR 11,699.60
May 13, 2024 ZAR 11.58 ZAR 135.02 ZAR 360.06 ZAR 11,576.15
May 13, 2024 ZAR 11.58 ZAR 135.02 ZAR 360.06 ZAR 11,576.15
May 12, 2024 ZAR 11.79 ZAR 137.47 ZAR 366.59 ZAR 11,786.02
May 12, 2024 ZAR 11.79 ZAR 137.47 ZAR 366.59 ZAR 11,786.02
May 11, 2024 ZAR 11.79 ZAR 137.47 ZAR 366.59 ZAR 11,786.02
May 11, 2024 ZAR 11.79 ZAR 137.47 ZAR 366.59 ZAR 11,786.02
May 10, 2024 ZAR 11.79 ZAR 137.47 ZAR 366.59 ZAR 11,786.02

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the price of silver in South Africa today?

Today, the silver price per gram in South Africa is ZAR 12.99, today's silver price per tola in South Africa is ZAR 151.49, silver price per ounce today in South Africa is ZAR 403.96, today's silver price per kilogram in South Africa is ZAR 12,987.67. Today, the silver price per 10 grams in South Africa is ZAR 129.88, today's silver price per sovereign in South Africa is ZAR 103.90, silver price per ten tola today in South Africa is ZAR 1,514.86 and today's silver price per pavan in South Africa is ZAR 103.90.

What was the price of silver in South Africa yesterday?

Yesterday, the silver price per gram in South Africa was ZAR 12.99, yesterday's silver price per tola in South Africa was ZAR 151.49, silver price per ounce yesterday in South Africa was ZAR 403.96, yesterday's silver price per kilogram in South Africa was ZAR 12,987.67. Yesterday, the silver price per 10 grams in South Africa was ZAR 129.88, yesterday's silver price per sovereign in South Africa was ZAR 103.90, silver price per ten tola yesterday in South Africa was ZAR 1,514.86 and yesterday's silver price per pavan in South Africa was ZAR 103.90.

What is the silver rate in South Africa in Indian Rupees?

Silver rate per kilogram in South Africa in Indian Rupees is INR 69,775.98 and silver price per gram in South Africa in Indian Rupees is INR 69.78. Standard silver rate in South Africa per ounce is 2,170.28 Indian Rupees and the silver price per tola in South Africa is 813.85 Indian Rupees.

What is the price of silver bars, biscuits and coins in South Africa?

1 kg pure silver bar price in South Africa is 12,987.67 Rand and 10 tola pure silver biscuit rate in South Africa is 1,514.86 Rand. 1 oz silver bar price in South Africa is 403.96 Rand and 1 sovereign silver coin rate in South Africa is 103.90 Rand. Silver bars per ten tola in South Africa is ZAR 1,514.86 and silver biscuits per pavan in South Africa is ZAR 103.90. Silver coins per 10 grams in South Africa is ZAR 129.88.

What was the highest and lowest silver rate in South Africa?

In last 1 year, the highest silver rate was recorded on 22-May-2024, which was as high as ZAR 13,094.66 per kilogram and the lowest silver rate was recorded on 03-Oct-2023, which was as low as ZAR 8,664.62 per kilogram. Silver price in last one year fell as low as ZAR 8.66 on 03-Oct-2023 per gram and the silver rate rose as high as ZAR 13.09 on 22-May-2024 per gram.

How is silver measured in South Africa?

Jewellery shops across South Africa buy and sell silver in grams, tolas, sovereigns, pavans, ounces and kilograms. 1 gram of silver is equal to 1000 milligrams. 1 tola of silver is equal to 11.6638038 grams, 1 sovereign of silver is equal to 8 grams, 1 pavan of silver is equal to 8 grams, 1 ounce of silver is equal to 31.1034768 grams, 1 kg of silver is equal to 1000 grams. Silver bars are sold in kilos. Silver biscuits are sold in ounces. Silver coins are sold in grams, tolas, sovereigns or pavans.

What are the different gold hallmarks in South Africa?

List of South Africa gold hallmarks are 375 hallmark gold (9 karat gold), 585 hallmark gold (14 karat gold), 750 hallmark gold (18 karat gold), 875 hallmark gold (21 karat gold), 916 hallmark gold (22 karat gold), 958 hallmark gold (23 karat gold) and 999 hallmark gold (24 karat gold).

What are the different carats in gold across South Africa?

Gold Carat (CT) or Karat (KT or K) is used to represent fineness of gold present in jewellery. The different carats of gold jewellery sold in South Africa are 24 carat gold (pure gold), 23 carat gold, 22 carat gold (standard gold), 21 carat gold, 20 carat gold, 19 carat gold, 18 carat gold, 17 carat gold, 16 carat gold, 15 carat gold, 14 carat gold, 13 carat gold, 12 carat gold, 11 carat gold, 10 carat gold, 9 carat gold and 8 carat gold.

What are the different gold colours in South Africa?

Gold jewellery in South Africa is available in different colours. Yellow Gold colour is the most popular colour used in jewelry showrooms across South Africa. White Gold color is also commonly used in South Africa jewellery stores. Rose Gold colour is also used in jewellery and Green Gold colour is also available in jewellery shops in South Africa.

How to invest in gold in South Africa?

Since your Rand is going to fall in value, Gold is the best place to preserve value. The best forms for gold ownership are through minted coins: one-ounce South African Krugerrands, Canadian Maple Leafs, or American Eagles. The recent explosion in Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) presents an even more interesting way to invest in gold. An ETF is a type of mutual fund that trades on a stock exchange like an ordinary stock. The ETF’s exact portfolio is fixed in advance and does not change. For people who are hesitant to invest in physical gold, but still desire some exposure to the precious metal, Gold Mutual Funds provide a helpful alternative.

For the more sophisticated and experienced investor, Options allow you to speculate in gold prices. But in the options market, you can speculate on price movements in either direction. If you buy a call, you are hoping prices will rise. A call fixes the purchase price so the higher that price goes, the greater the margin between your fixed option price and current market price. When you buy a put, you expect the price to fall. Buying options is risky, and more people lose than win. In fact, about three-fourths of all options bought expire worthless. The options market is complex and requires experience and understanding. To generalize, options possess two key traits-one bad and one good. The good trait is that they enable an investor to control a large investment with a small and limited amount of money. The bad trait is that options expire within a fixed period of time. Thus, for the buyer time is the enemy because as the expiration date gets closer, an option’s “time value” disappears. Anyone investing in options needs to understand all of the risks before they spend money. The Futures market is far too complex for the vast majority of investors. Even experienced options investors recognize the high risk nature of the futures market. Considering the range of ways to get into the gold market, futures trading is the most complex and, while big fortunes could be made, they can also be lost in an instant.


Highest Last 30 Days

Weight Date Cost
Silver / 1g 22-May-2024 ZAR 13.09
Silver / 10g 22-May-2024 ZAR 130.95
Silver / 1oz 22-May-2024 ZAR 407.29
Silver / 1kg 22-May-2024 ZAR 13,094.66

Lowest Last 30 Days

Weight Date Cost
Silver / 1g 02-May-2024 ZAR 10.80
Silver / 10g 02-May-2024 ZAR 107.98
Silver / 1oz 02-May-2024 ZAR 335.87
Silver / 1kg 02-May-2024 ZAR 10,798.37

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