Top 10 Weakest Currencies in Africa 2018

Weakest Currencies in Africa - 2018
Below are ten weakest currencies in Africa

As we said in our previous article on the top 15 strongest currencies in Africa, most currencies are often measured against the American Dollar.

The primary reason American Dollar is used a standard measurement is because of its vast global use where a large percentage of nations accept US Dollars for payments.

Let’s now have a look at some of the top 10 weakest currencies in Africa 2018.

It’s worth noting that the strength of a currency is is closely related with the economy of the country, along with other factors.

Weakest Currencies in Africa 2018

No.African CurrencyValue to USD
1.Guinea Franc9026.87671
2.Uganda Shilling3643.55890
3.Tanzanian Shilling 2245.46679
4. Burundi Franc1758.12121
5.Rwanda Franc853.12827
6.Malawi Kwacha725.43694
7.Somali Shilling578.24017
8.CFA BCEAO Franc544.83748
9.Nigerian Naira360.07490
10.Djibouti Franc178.80713

NB: CFA BCEAO Franc is the currency of 8 independent states in West Africa: Benin, Burkina Faso, Guinea-Bissau, Ivory Coast, Mali, Niger, Senegal and Togo. Feel free to check: Top 15 Strongest Currencies in Africa [2018]