At g11n we provide exceptional Xhosa translation services with quality and accuracy. We have professionally trained, certified native Xhosa speaking translators with subject matter expertise across all industries to do English to Xhosa translations and Xhosa to English translations.
Xhosa is a Nguni Bantu language and is one of the eleven official languages of South Africa. The country also recognizes several unofficial languages. Xhosa is also an official language of Zimbabwe. Xhosa is spoken as a first language by 8.2 million people and by 11 million as a second language in South Africa, mostly in Eastern Cape Province. The total number of users in all countries is 19.2 million. Like most other Bantu languages, Xhosa is a tonal language. Xhosa has two tones: high and low. Xhosa is written with the Latin alphabet. According to the 2011 census, the three most spoken first languages are Zulu (22.7%), Xhosa (16.0%), and Afrikaans (13.5%).
The country is ranked sixth out of the world's seventeen megadiverse countries. Ecotourism in South Africa has become more prevalent in recent years, as a possible method of maintaining and improving biodiversity. Numerous mammals are found in the Bushveld including lions, African leopards, South African cheetahs, southern white rhinos, blue wildebeest, kudus, impalas, hyenas, hippopotamuses and South African giraffes
South Africa houses Kruger National Park and the Sabi Sand Game Reserve, as well as in the far north in the Waterberg Biosphere. South Africa houses many endemic species, among them the critically endangered riverine rabbit in the Karoo. In 2006, the number of fungi in South Africa was estimated at about 200,000 species but did not take into account fungi associated with insects. With more than 22,000 different higher plants, or about 9% of all the known species of plants on Earth, South Africa is particularly rich in plant diversity. While South Africa has a great wealth of flowering plants, only 1% of South Africa is forest. South Africa has a mixed economy, the second largest in Africa after Nigeria. It also has a relatively high gross domestic product(GDP) per capita compared to other countries in sub-Saharan Africa.
Several important scientific and technological developments have originated in South Africa. There is great diversity in South African music. South African cuisine is heavily meat-based and their favorite sports are soccer, rugby and cricket. South Africa is home to the third largest hospital in the world, the Chris Hani Baragwanath Hospital. After apartheid ended, South Africa was readmitted to the Commonwealth of Nations.
The variety and richness of South African ecosystem makes Xhosa an ideal language to localize and find new markets to expand the business. In order to maintain the flavor, we will be approaching native resources depending on your requirement, Xhosa Central or other dialects of Xhosa.
We have Xhosa language experts in specific areas like Technical, Non-Technical, Legal, Retail, Advertising/Marketing, Life-Science, Financials among others.
Also, we at g11n ensure comprehensive security and confidentiality measures taken for the content provided by the client.
Professional Xhosa Translation Services:
Our Services include:
Xhosa Document Translation
Xhosa Machine Translation
Xhosa Translation Agency
Xhosa Translation Agency
Xhosa Linguistic QA
Xhosa Voiceovers and Subtitling
Xhosa Document Management
Xhosa E-Learning Support
Xhosa Over the phone Interpretation
Xhosa Bilingual Staffing
Xhosa Translation Services
Internationalization for Xhosa language
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