The Difference Between Speaking a Language and Translating It

The Difference Between Speaking a Language and Translating It (A language graduate’s perspective) The differences between speaking a language and translating it are countless. My job, passion and intimate relationship with the language industry have led me to realise that the differences between speaking a language and translating it are countless. Naturally, depending on the…

Our first Newsletter (Newsletter archives 1)

3 months ago we put together the first Bangula Newsletter. Filled with intriguing blog articles on language, branding and media straight to your mailbox. We also threw in language facts, branding news, opinions on some of our favourite articles and some funnies – to great reception! After all our positives reviews we’re releasing our newsletter as…

Translating the Rainbow Nation

South Africa has fast become known as ‘the Rainbow Nation’ for the diverse array of races and ethnic groups are found among the country’s citizens. – http://www.southafrica.com/translation/ One way in which the country stands out is by its adoption of eleven official languages. New governmental powers saw the need to allow all major ethnic groups in…