Zambia Translation Services

Looking for a top translation agency in Zambia, then look no further, KL Translations provides high quality Zambia translation services world wide.

With our network of of more than 6,000 translators, editors and transcriptionists based in different countries throughout the world and our efficient management, we offer you the best of Zambian translation services in all languages.

More about Zambia

Officially the Republic of Zambia, is a landlocked country in south of Africa. The neighbouring countries are Democratic Republic of Congo to the north, Tanzania to the north- east, Malawi to the east, Mozambique, Zimbabwe, Botswana and Namibia to the south, and Angola to west.

Lusaka is the capital city, located in the south-central part of the country. The largest part of the population is mainly concentrated around Lusaka in the south and the copper belts province in the northwest.

Quality Zambia Translation Services

Our Zambia Translation Services operate round the clock and are  timely delivered. We have a network of specialist linguists who handle their respective fields to high technical perfection; medical, legal, financial, technical, marketing, life science and more. Our services include;

The main languages of Zambia

Zambia is known to have over 70 languages, although many of these are regarded to be dialects. Seven seculars languages have official status together these represent the major languages of each province which include;

Bemba (Northern province, Luapula, Muchinga and the Copperbelt), Nyanja (Eastern province and Lusaka), Lozi (Western province), Tonga (Southern province), and Kaondi, Luvale and Lunda (North-western province).

These seven languages are used, together with English, in early primary schooling and in some government publications.

Economy of Zambia

The Zambian economy has historically been based on the copper-mining industry.  The copper discovery is partly by Frederick  Russell Burnham.

In 1989, Zambia’s economic growth reached the  6%-7% for the first time which was needed to reduce poverty. Copper output has increased steadily since 2004, due to increase in copper prices and the opening of new mines. The maize harvest was again good in 2005, helping boost GDP and agricultural exports.

Bemba and Nyanja Translation services

We provide highly professional translators for both languages because we use the native language speakers to execute the translation process.

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