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Tamarind Translations marks its 10th Anniversary

It awarded its long-serving employees, beneficiaries and clientele with certificates of appreciation

In Summary

• It has handled international conferences and sporting events

Leading translation and interpretation company Tamarind Translations recently held cocktail to mark its 10th anniversary at the Tamarind Hotel.

Established in Kenya 10 years ago, the company has handled major interpretation events, among them international conferences and sporting events. It awarded its long-serving employees, beneficiaries and clientele with certificates of appreciation.

In attendance were Tamarind Translations CEO Theophan Marube, KU linguistic lecturer Steve Kamau, acting UoN translation director Josephat Gitonga and veteran English-Kiswahili translator Claire Mukhwana.

Tamarind Translations MD Theophan Marube hands over certificates of appreciation to Create A Tee's Betty Gichuki and journalist Bernard Oginga
Tamarind Translations MD Theophan Marube hands over certificates of appreciation to Create A Tee's Betty Gichuki and journalist Bernard Oginga
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Cake-cutting ceremony
Cake-cutting ceremony
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Tamarind pioneer translators KU linguistic lecturer Steve Kamau, Swahili-English translators Fred Omondi and Claire Mukhwana
Tamarind pioneer translators KU linguistic lecturer Steve Kamau, Swahili-English translators Fred Omondi and Claire Mukhwana
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Acting UoN translation director Josephat Gitonga and linguistics student Evelyn Wanjiru
Acting UoN translation director Josephat Gitonga and linguistics student Evelyn Wanjiru
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KNHCR attaché Fematta Muniafu and English-French interpreter Rado Alphonse
KNHCR attaché Fematta Muniafu and English-French interpreter Rado Alphonse
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Strathmore School student Waithera Mariga, RBA's Wanjiru Nderitu and Britam's Eva Kavere
Strathmore School student Waithera Mariga, RBA's Wanjiru Nderitu and Britam's Eva Kavere
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