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Professional Swahili translation

With East Africa experiencing some of the fastest economic growth on the continent, foreign investment – and with it, demand for professional Swahili translation – has experienced a sharp uptake.

If you require professional and accurate Swahili translation services, let Today Translations help you.

We have an excellent track record of providing Swahili translation services across a wide range of different industries and sectors, including legal, oil and gas, and immigration.

Industry Expertise

It’s thanks to our expansive network of professional Swahili translators, all of whom hold the necessary academic qualifications and have at least five years of experience in providing professional translations, whether it be from English, French, German, Arabic or almost any other language.

And with or QCS+ systems, our dedicated team of project managers can find the ideal Swahili translator that perfectly matches your requirements, be it based on technical expertise, language combination or location.

With our ISO 9001 quality assurance accreditation, you can rest assured that you are in good hands with Today Translations. All Swahili translation projects we handle are delivered on time, are fully accurate and carry a mark of certified recognition.

Providing you with the best price

We work hard to provide you with some of the most competitive rates for professional Swahili translation within the industry, which start at just £50. You can, therefore, rest assured that you don’t need to sacrifice quality or turnaround time in order to receive an affordable service.

If you’ve found a cheaper quote from another UK provider, we’ll even do our best to match their price.

About Swahili

Although Swahili, also known as Kiswahili, is only spoken by roughly 5 million people as their mother tongue, it still remains one of the most widely spoken languages in Africa, with the total number of speakers exceeding 150 million people.

Swahili serves as the lingua franca for much of the southern half of East Africa, is the official language of Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda.

It is also widely spoken among communities in Rwanda, Mozambique and the Democratic Republic of Congo, as well as almost the entire population of Burundi.

Please also feel free to contact us for any other African language translations, and we’ll be sure to provide.

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Microsoft

Fareeha Hasani (Payments Programme Manager)

Dynamic, established and creative organisation. Would highly recommend to anyone looking for a translation service to add value to your business or project.

American Express

Roy West (Director - Global Security American Express )

I thoroughly recommend Today Translations for a First Class professional service. The use of the finest linguists and exceptional management make them the leaders in their field.

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