Which languages do you work with? French, Portuguese, German, Dutch, Spanish, Italian,
Russian, Polish, Czech, Hungarian, Bulgarian, Romanian, Swedish, Danish, Norwegian,
Finnish, Turkish, Greek.
How do you charge for your services? All our fees are based on a rate per 100 words,
which differs depending on the language combination. Please call or email us for
our current rate applicable to your specific language combination. Our complete tariff
sheet is also available on request. Alternatively, you could simply send us your
document(s) by email for a firm, all-inclusive, no-obligation quotation for the entire
Will my documents be treated as confidential? We take confidentiality and security
issues very seriously. Every single document we receive from our clients is treated
as confidential by default. However, if you feel that you have special requirements
in this area, we will be more than happy to sign a legally binding non-disclosure
agreement (available from our offices).
How long will it take to translate my documents? Each translator on our team can handle
approximately 2000 words per working day. However, this figure is greatly affected
by the nature and layout of the source document as well as by the amount of research
that needs to be done.
Do you have an office in my city/town?
We do not specialise in or give preference to any particular geographical area. We
serve clients all over South Africa and abroad. Simply dial 0861 691 698 or drop
us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll help you wherever you may be.
Do you offer interpreting services?
No. We specialise in translation services only, i.e., we deal exclusively with the
Do you offer telephone interpreting services?
Do you offer voice-over or dubbing services?
Do you offer language courses/tuition?
Do you sell dictionaries/CDs/software/language courses?
Do you translate personal documents, i.e., birth/marriage certificates, academic
degrees/transcripts, diplomas, etc.? No.
Do you offer sworn translations?
Do you offer translations into/from African languages?
No. Please follow this link to the list of available languages.