how much is a coffee in south africa

A cup of coffee is a staple part of many people’s daily routines, and it is no different in South Africa. However, the cost of a coffee in South Africa can vary considerably depending on where you buy it.

For example, a cappuccino from a local café in South Africa’s capital, Johannesburg, will typically cost around 15 Rand (just over £1). However, the same drink from a more upmarket café could cost around 30 Rand (just under £2).

So, what is the average cost of a coffee in South Africa?

Well, it really depends on where you purchase your coffee and what type of coffee you order. However, a good rule of thumb is to expect to pay around 20 Rand (just over £1) for a standard coffee.

Of course, if you are looking for a more luxurious coffee experience, you may be willing to pay a little more. However, even the most expensive coffees in South Africa are still relatively affordable when compared to prices in other countries.

So, there you have it – a brief guide to the cost of coffee in South Africa. Whether you are looking for a cheap and cheerful coffee or a more luxurious experience, you are sure to find something to suit your budget in this vibrant and diverse country.

A cup of coffee in South Africa costs around 15 Rand, which is just over 1 GBP. This price is for a standard cup of coffee from a cafe or restaurant. If you are looking for a cheaper option, you can get a cup of coffee from a petrol station for around 10 Rand.

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