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Kinyarwanda as a Language of the African Nation

The start from the introduction to the Kinyarwanda language. Kinyarwanda, called Urufumbira in Kisoro, Uganda, is a political candidate language of African nation and a vernacular of the African nation-Rundi language spoken by, at any rate, twelve million people in Rwanda, Japanese, Democratic Republic of the Congo and contiguous items…

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First Africa International Translation Conference

About 100 expert interpreters, translators, language administrations suppliers, consultants, and understudies from 19 nations all assembled at the Azure Hotel, in Nairobi on February 18th and 19th for the first Africa International Translation Conference. We assembled from essentially every edge of the globe – from the United States to Brazil,…

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Website localization most effective points not to miss

Do you have an urge to expand your brand’s global markets? Website translation is one step not to miss. However, having your website content translated may not achieve you much. That is why it’s vital for you to go past just translation to website localization. Localization is vital to your…

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Addressing Child Marriage through Professional Translations

Child marriage may be referred to as a marriage of a boy or a girl before the age of 18. According to some organization like UNICEF, the child marriage prevalence percentage of women aged between 20-24 years who were married before the age of 18. 10% of children married before…

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How to Tackle Environmental Degradation Through Translations

Environmental degradation refers to the deterioration of the environment through depletion of resources such as air and soil leading to destruction of ecosystem and existent of wild life. This process can be as a result of various reasons say human activities like lumbering, bricklaying, grazing settlement and agriculture. Such activities…

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The Most Deadly Strain of Ebola Strikes Again

Ebola can as well be referred to as hemorrhagic fever. Ebola is a virus disease that causes problems with how blood clots which results into internal bleeding as blood leaks from small blood vessels in one’s body. Ebola can be transmitted through direct contact with body fluids say blood, saliva,…

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Languages of Somalia, Professional African Translation Services & Insecurity

Once considered the pearl of the Indian Ocean, Somalia is famous for the wrong reasons owing to al-shabaab’s unconventional methods of trying for decades to push it to extreme Islam, thus carrying out deadly attacks on civilians, foreigners and neighbouring countries who resist the radicalism and Professional African Translation Services…

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Beat the Competition to become an effective Local Professional African Translations Company

A little research points to the possibility that many translation clients seeking professional services in African indigenous languages concentrate in the U.S, UK or South Africa and Kenya for almost all African languages and translation services. (more…)

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How Professional African Technical Translation Services may save lives

A boat with 100, mostly young revelers capsizes shortly after setting off the Mutima beach shores of Lake Victoria (known as Nalubaale locally) in Mukono near Kampala, the Capital of Uganda killing over 30 on the 24th of November this year resulting into a nationwide discussion about safety measures, including…

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How Geographical Locations Dictate African Translation Services

Africa is 30.37 million km sq making it 14 times larger than Greenland with over 1.2 billion inhabitants who are rich in diversity when it comes to traditions, clothes, culture, food, colour and definitely one we cannot overlook; languages especially when talking of African Translation services and no, Africa is…