Amharic Translation Services

Fast and Reliable Amharic Translation and Interpretation

Amharic belongs to the Semitic family of languages, which also includes Arabic, Tigrinya and Hebrew. It is the official language of Ethiopia, not to mention the millions of Ethiopian emigrants living throughout the world. In fact, the growing number of Ethiopian emigrants internationally has put this language on the watch list for business and personal translators and interpreters.

ST Communications has recognised this growing need and is one of a few translation service providers in South Africa that offers specialist English-Amharic and Amharic-English translation and interpretation. Wherever possible, our qualified translators and interpreters are native speakers, so you can be sure all translations are accurate to the last comma.

 

Confidential Business and Personal Document Translation

Whether you need highly complicated business manuals translated from English into Amharic or just need to translate a personal letter from Amharic into English, you can rely on our confidentiality. We take pride in the professional integrity of all of our translators and interpreters who treat all information (business and personal) with the utmost respect and confidence. Should you require an extra guarantee, we are more than happy to sign confidentiality or non-disclosure agreements.

We can help you no matter what you need translated, from textbooks, manuals, and guides and assorted academic literature to business contracts and terms and conditions and personal letters, faxes and emails. We also offer interpretation services for business meetings, conferences and seminars, or any other event, including weddings and funerals.

 

Industry expertise

In addition to their in-depth knowledge of Amharic, our translators have experience covering a wide range of industries, including finance, pharmaceutics, engineering, mining, marketing and IT. So you can rest assured that no subtle nuance is lost in translation.

Contact us now for a same-day quote. Or, give us a call or send an email to find out more about how our Amharic translators and interpreters can help you.

 

Amharic in a Nutshell

There are an estimated 25 – 27 million Amharic speakers in the world. This makes Amharic the second most widely spoken Semitic language, after Arabic. Most Amharic speakers live in Ethiopia, but there are growing pockets of the language in various countries, particularly the United States of America, Sweden and Canada.

It’s growing so rapidly on a global scale that Microsoft Windows Vista is available in Amharic, Google has added it to its Language Tools and even Wikipedia has an Amharic Wiki (Wikipedia).