Daily Archives: October 8, 2013
According to the South African Graduate Recruiters Association 2013 survey, employers continue to strive for new and engaging ways to interact with students in an effort to create a dialogue with students and to help them understand the opportunities on offer.
Poor commercial translations can lead to costly mistakes. But short of awaiting market feedback, how can you judge quality without knowing the target language? By Françoise Henderson, CEO at Rubric Language Services (www.rubric.com/za)
How important is translation quality? In the age of automation and instant gratification, machine translation (MT) must seem right on the money to many, and indeed we see a creeping tolerance for “good enough” translations in the market.
Of course, this approach can be faulted quite easily. Broadly speaking, MT is good enough for personal use, but when it comes to professional translation content, used for example in television voice-overs or text books, nothing but the best will do. And to achieve that, quality assurance and a human appreciation for elements like nuance and context is essential.
Rwanda’s Prime Minister officially opens the AgriBusiness Forum 2013 alongside Ministers of Agriculture from Rwanda and Nigeria
Rocket Internet moving into Real Estate Classifieds
Global rollout of Lamudi real estate platform
De millions d’hectolitres de bières s’apprêtent encore à être consommées à l’occasion de la fête de la bière initiée par la brasserie BB Lomé.
Où en est-on avec la mise en œuvre des projets entrant dans la composition du Programme national d’investissement et de la sécurité alimentaire (PNIASA) ?
WASHINGTON, October 8, 2013/African Press Organization (APO)/ – Economic growth in Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) remains strong with growth forecasted to be 4.9% in 2013. Almost a third of countries in the region are growing at 6% and more, and African countries are now routinely among the fastest-growing countries in the world, according to the World Bank’s new Africa’s Pulse, a twice-yearly analysis of the issues shaping Africa’s economic prospects.
From 16th to 20th October 2013