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Send Money to South Africa

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Average Saving £ 26.5 Compared to your high street bank or money transfer provider
Exchange rate
3.8845638
*Our fee
£ 1
Total you pay
£ 101
*Based on Direct to Bank Account
We can deliver by
We accept payments by
  • Debit Card
  • Credit Card
  • Credit / Debit Card
  • Bank Transfer Wire us the money via online or telephone banking
Our delivery methods explained
What our customers are saying

Peter Morrissey
13 Dec 2013

Excellent

First time using azimo and it was easy and cheap sending money overseas. I would recommend azimo and use them again.

Hugo Feiler
31 Jan 2014

A really great find - so nice to be saving money against the bank rates, which are clearly ridiculous

The only issue I had with the service was that both my cards got declined first time round (Natwest thought it was fraud) so I have had to use the transfer system.

Radoslaw Lapacz
15 Jan 2014

Best!

The very best way to send your money from aboard. Sometimes its takes about 15 mins!!

Your money transfer to South Africa - what to do with the money saved.

Your friends or family might be wondering what to do with the savings you’ve made thanks to sending money to South Africa via Azimo. So, we thought we’d offer up some ideas. Let’s say you’ve saved £20. That’s not enough to fly yourself home to see your loved ones, but it is enough to show how much you care. Here’s what we might do with those savings…

You could do the romantic thing and get some one-to-one time with someone special. Your Azimo savings will bag you a three-course meal for two, but we know it’s the company that’s priceless. Or, if you just want to let off steam you could treat a gang of mates to a trip to the rugby. Depending on the game, £20 could get between five and ten of you onto the terraces. The more mates you get in, the louder you can sing... (insert your team's song here - we're not taking sides)

But if family’s the most important thing to you, then the perfect day to spend your Azimo savings is Boxing Day, better known as the Day of Goodwill. You could get down to the beach and splash out on something juicy for the braai: with £20 you could load up on an amazing six or seven kilos of chicken breast. That’s enough to spread the goodwill far enough for everyone to get a taste. Just tell them Azimo says ‘Smaaklike ete’, ‘Thokoleza ukudla’ and ‘Ukonwabele ukutya kwakho’ or...you get the idea.

Send goodwill fast and all year round with Azimo. Send money to South Africa today!

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  • 100% FCA regulated
  • Bank-level security
  • 24/7 built-in protection
  • Money-back guarantee