Tag Archives: Northern Sotho

Firefox goes Sotho

Originally appeared in ITWeb Software non-profit, Translate.org.za, together with a group of volunteer translators, have customised open source Web browser Firefox 4 to support the Northern Sotho language. Dwayne Bailey MD of Translate.org.za says the decision to roll-out full versions of Firefox in indigenous languages forms part of Translate’s plans to convert as many applications […]

Free and African for Software Freedom Day

Published in ITWeb Translate.org.za will launch open source software in three South African languages to mark Global Software Freedom Day on Saturday. Translate.org.za, a South African software translation project, has spent two years developing this software with the sponsorship of the Shuttleworth Foundation, the Department of Communications, CSIR, Obsidian Systems, Hewlett-Packard South Africa and St […]

OpenOffice.org in three SA languages for Software Freedom Day

Published in Tectonic In celebration of this weekend’s global Software Freedom Day, Translate.org.za is planning the release of the OpenOffice.org suite in three South African languages. The popular free software office suite will be available in Zulu, Afrikaans and Sepedi. Tswana is also included but in beta form. Dwayne Bailey of Translate.org.za says that they […]