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What is a Language Translator

A Language translator/interpreter is a programming language processor that changes over a PC program starting with one language then onto the next. It takes a program written in source code and changes over it into machine code. It finds and recognizes the mistake during interpretation. The IBM Watson Language Translator…

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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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Xenophobic Attacks In South Africa – Solution With Professional Translation

There has been much disharmony in the recent days in the beautiful country South Africa. The most recent one being on  2nd  September, 2019 in Johannesburg. Do you know the reason why? Well, a section of the society says that the South Africans are causing disharmony in their own country because of…

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Localization

Localization is the process in which a product or a service is so changed that it adapts to the specific international market or an international language or international culture. It is the ability to change itself according to the look and feel which matches the local market. A successful localized…

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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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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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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…

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Have you heard Ethiopia’s New Language?

Right from the moment Abiy Ahmed was nominated the country’s Prime Minister in April 2018, it was a telltale sign of Ethiopia’s New language and a morphing Ethiopia. Coming from the largest Ethnic group; Oromo that was hunted down by previous regimes, having a Muslim father and Christian mother has…

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How to Preserve Native Languages through Professional African Translation Services

Did you know that we can actually preserve African native languages through African Translation services? Yes we can because this here means that translations are done into and from these languages thus leaving the original source intact and available for viewing in the archives. Where hate for African Native languages…