Are you interested in knowing the weakest currencies in Africa? If yes, you just arrived at the right place. Most people know South Africa Rand and Libya Dinar as some of the strongest currencies in Africa but ask them about the weakest and they can’t find their tongue. In this post, I will show the top 10 weakest currencies in Africa in 2019. For the purpose of this article, I will be putting the currencies against the most popular currency in the world, the US Dollars.
Weakest Currencies in Africa in 2019
Malawian Kwacha: 1$=750
Rwanda Franc; 1$= 910
Congolese Franc; 1$= 1660
Tanzanian Shillings: 1$= 2300
Madagascar Ariary; 1$= 3495
Ugandan Shillings; 1$= 3695
Sierra Leonean leone: 1$ = 8950
Guinean Franc: 1$ = 9350
Sao Tome and Princepe dobra 1$ = 21561
So there you have it, the 10 weakest currencies in Africa in 2019. These currencies became worthless as a result of inflation, country debts, political instability, and recession.