|Legend||Afrika Borwa · [year] · Aforika Borwa ·|
Given that South Africa has eleven official languages, the South African Reserve Bank has established a system of rotation, whereby the inscriptions on the coinage of the country alternate between one (on smaller-size coins) or two (on larger coins) of these every year.
Afrika Borwa is in Sepedi/Sesotho (Northern Sotho and Southern Sotho), and Aforika Borwa is in Tswana. The precedence of the languages varies.
Afrika Borwa · Aforika Borwa on a bimetallic coin
The bilingual legend is shown here on a 5 Rand bimetallic coin, displaying at centre the Coat of Arms of South Africa.
|Five Rand 2007||11,763,634||Coat of Arms of South Africa|
|Two Rand 2009||12,600,000||Coat of Arms of South Africa|
|One Rand 2011||unknown||Coat of Arms of South Africa|
|One Rand 2013||unknown||Coat of Arms of South Africa|
|Fifty Cents 2015||unknown||Coat of Arms of South Africa|
|Five Rand 2019||unknown||Coat of Arms of South Africa|
|Five Rand 2019 Constitutional Democracy||unknown||Coat of Arms of South Africa|