Edwin, Anglo Premier's partner for Otjiherero translations.
For Otjiherero translations, I usually work with Edwin.
From 2015 to 2020, Edwin was responsible for the revision of the Otjiherero bible, working with the Bible Society of Namibia. During this time, he also translated a children's bible from English to Otjiherero. Edwin is the coordinator of the Dhimba Literacy Project.
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.
Otjiherero does not use the letters f and l, except in loan words, but it has two special characters: ṋ and ṱ.