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isiXhosa, Afrikaans and isiZulu diabetes translations on Sweet Life!

I am delighted to report that Sweet Life now has isiZulu, Afrikaans and isiXhosa diabetes translations. This has been a dream of ours for a while – to communicate diabetes information in the right language for people to fully understand it. That dream is now a reality! Diabetes information for all Diabetic South Africans.

isiZulu diabetes translations

Lemibhalo isishicilelwe ngezilimu ezahlukene esibala kuzo isiZulu, isiXhosa kanye ne Afrikaans! Sicela nifunde lana, niphinde nidlulisele nakwimndeni yenu.

We have started with five articles, which you can find in our isiZulu section, or by clicking below.

isiXhosa diabetes translations

Sisandula kupapasha amanye amanqaku amatsha ngesiZulu, ngesiLungu nangesiBhulu. Wafunde apha, wabelane nabahlobo kunye nezalamane.

We have translated the same five articles to isiXhosa, which you can find in our isiXhosa section, or below.

Afrikaans diabetes translations

Ons het pas nuwe artikels in Zoeloe, Xhosa en Afrikaans gepubliseer! Lees dit hier en stuur dit asseblief vir jou vriende en familie.

We have translated the same five articles to Afrikaans, which you can find in our Afrikaans section, or below.

Do you speak Afrikaans, isiZulu or isiXhosa? Which articles would you like us to translate next?

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  1. Kirsten Leigh de Klerk Kirsten Leigh de Klerk

    This is incredible and so very needed! Communication is key and communicating diabetes management in the language that best suits the diabetic is even more important! Keep up the great work!

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