Ndebele Translation and Interpreting Services
Ndebele is one of the 11 official languages of the Republic of South Africa and has two variants; Southern Ndebele and Northern Ndebele. Southern Ndebele is an African language spoken by the Ndebele people of South Africa. Northern Ndebele (or Sindebele) is spoken by the Ndebele people of Zimbabwe and Botswana. It is essentially a dialect of the Zulu language and uses the Latin script.
With our team of 3500+ accredited linguists, including experienced Ndebele translators and interpreters, we are pleased to offer our interpreting and translation services to the public, private and voluntary sectors in excess of 150 languages.
Our experienced Ndebele interpreters work in a number of different sectors, such as education (parenting courses and meetings, registration at children’s centres and schools); social services; law (personal injury interviews, court interpreting, police interviews, clinical negligence-related appointments); health (GP appointments, home visits, midwife/ante-natal visits, dental and hospital appointments); employment (job centre interviews and training) and housing (homelessness advice and licensing agreements) to name but a few.
Furthermore, our experienced Ndebele translators assist our client with translating a wide range of documents from ID cards, marriage contracts, medico-legal reports, medical notes and certificates to school reports, to name but a few.
Our team at Express Language Solutions is available 24/7 on +44 (0)161 737 2970 or at firstname.lastname@example.org. So, if you require an experienced Ndebele translator or interpreter, a member of our team will endeavour to assist you.