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Survival through Sanitation Sensitization

Sanitation issues vividly impact life in Africa; over 2.5 billion people in developing countries of Africa don’t have access to basic sanitation. Sanitation refers to conditions relating to public health, especially the provision of clean water and adequate treatment and disposal of human excreta and wastewater. Sanitation advocates for proper…

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The Reason we Need Tourism Translation Services

Tourism is an act of temporary movement of people to different destination outside their usual environment to another environment for leisure, business or other purposes for usually not more than one consecutive year. It also involves spending time away from home in pursuit for recreation, fun and relaxation in order…

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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 African Indigenous Languages Combat Oppression in Zimbabwe

Did you know that African Indigenous Languages are used as a tool for protests and airing out grievances? This is exactly what is happening in Zimbabwe where the President; Emmerson Mnangagwa has more than doubled fuel prices as a solution to the shortages that have seen Zimbabweans queue with their…

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The Significance of Translation Services to Humanity

The word humanity comes from a Latin word HUMANITAS. Humanitas means “human nature, kindness”. This encompasses everyone on earth {you and me}. It comprises of qualities that make me and you human. These include the ability to have compassion, the ability to love and be creative. Therefore this greatly creates…

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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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Was Turkey’s ambassador to Uganda’s Greek inspired costume misinterpreted?

Turkey’s ambassador to Uganda recalled for apparently dressing up as an Greek methodology figure Helena of Troy which might have been interpreted as promoting the former masters of Turkish territories! Since Sedef Yavuzalp dressed this way in the beginning week of November it maybe that she was trying  to participate…