As everyone probably knows by now, South Africa has many coins up in its cabinet but the ones that are currently being used are 10c, 20c, 50c, R1, R2 and R5. Over the years, these coins have under gone a major change in structure due to multiple reasons, mostly involving politics.
This government SOE is one of the unknown ones which are currently performing well. It is responsible for minting all coins of the South African rand, this SOE is owned by the South African Reserve Bank.
South African Mint manufactures all the time coins and planchets for both domestically and in international markets. It is located in Pretoria around Centurion and as expected, it is heavily guarded 24/7.
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