Luganda Translation Services

Lingua Translations are leading providers of Luganda translation and interpreting services. Our Luganda translation and interpreting services are carried out by fully qualified and registered professional Luganda translators and interpreters, covering a broad range of sectors including: business, financial, legal, public sector, technical, and many more.

Location Republic of Uganda, East Africa
Population 35 million people
Language family Bantu branch, Niger-Congo family
Related languages Bantu, Swahili
Number of global speakers Over six million, and over four million as a second language

Sourcing a Luganda translation

Finding a professional translation company that provides high quality Luganda translation and interpreting services can be difficult. Care must be taken to read about the company, its Luganda translation services and guarantees, as well as the way in which it recruits its linguists.

We know that trust is a major element in handing over responsibility of your Luganda translation requirements, so we’ll put you at ease from the moment you get in touch, and explain clearly what we do and how we can help you.

Lingua Translations only work with in-country, native speaking Luganda translators. They all have, at the least five years’ professional experience in Luganda translation, and hold at least degree level qualifications. Furthermore, they are all registered members of professional organisations and bodies, whilst they each specialise in varying industries and sectors. This means we can handpick a Luganda translator based purely upon their expertise in relation to the nature of your source text.

So whether you need a Luganda translation of a contract, certificate, website, marketing material, publication, or any other text in any format you may have, we can guarantee to source the perfect Luganda translator for you.

Luganda translation – a language overview

Luganda, or Ganda as it is commonly called, is a major vernacular language of the Republic of Uganda, a landlocked country in East Africa.

It is spoken by several million Ganda (ethnonym: Baganda, singular Muganda) people, who are an ethnic group native to Buganda, which is a subnational kingdom in Uganda.

There are also many speakers in Southern Uganda, including the capital Kampala.

The language belongs to the Bantu branch of the Niger-Congo language family, and is the most widely spoken Ugandan language. As a second language it follows English (the primary official language of Uganda) and precedes Swahili.

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