Prof Kavari, Anglo Premier's partner for translations into and out of Otjiherero.
For translations from English to Otjiherero and from Otjiherero to English I work with Prof Kavari, one of the country's leading academics specialising in the Otjiherero language.
Prof Kavari is head of the Language and Literature Studies department at the University of Namibia, where he has taught modules on Otjiherero literature, grammar and translation. Among others, he has translated health information leaflets, booklets and guides for the Ministry of Health, agricultural study guides, the Namibian Constitution, and legal leaflets and guides for the Legal Assistance Centre.
If you require a translation into or out of Otjiherero, or any of the other languages of Namibia, contact me for a free quote. Call +264 81 822 5088, send me an e-mail, or contact me via Facebook.
I was very impressed with the quick response, efficient service and quality of work. We will definitely use Anglo Premier Translations again.Elzanne Wylie, Senior Associate at Ellis Shilengudwa IncorporatedSwakopmund, Namibia
The Herero language, or Otjiherero, is spoken by around 200,000 people, mainly in Namibia, but also in parts of Botswana and Angola.
In Namibia, the homeland of the Hereros is in the Omaheke, Otjozondjupa and Khomas regions. Otjiherero is also spoken by the Himba people, who live mainly in the north-western region of Kunene.