The attached list is the 2500 IT/L10n terms that have been selected for the Terminology project. This is the simple version of the list, showing only the original English terms.
We will soon post another version of the list that shows all of the English data for the glossary, including definitions, comments, tags, and syntactic groups. Data for each project language will be posted when complete.
South Africa has 11 official languages of which Northern Sotho is one. It is spoken by nearly 5 million people, mainly in the South African provinces of Gauteng, Limpopo and Mpumalanga, and it is a home language to 9,4% of the population.
For more information, see the census of 2001:
Northern Sotho falls under the Bantu Language Family which belongs to the Niger-Congo group. It is closely related to two other languages in the Sotho language group: Southern Sotho and Tswana.
This manual is written in English with examples in Northern Sotho, to be able to replicate in the future with other African Languages.
The manual was developed by Pheledi Mathibela and Translate.org.za
A brief history of the Translation Bureau, TERMIUM®, terminology and our partnerships with African countries
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This is the slides I used in my presentation in Sokhna about the tools project. The video I showed, is available at this URL: http://l10n.mozilla.org/pootle/screencasts/virtaal-0.3.ogv
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