Professional Dinka Translation Services 

We offer a wide range of professional Dinka translation services all over Australia with a 100% acceptance rate and delivered electronically in 2 business days.  


NAATI certification


Quality guarantee


Transparent process


Culturally appropriate


How much does Dinka Translation cost? 

Our standard 2-day delivery option starts at $69, or you can choose our same-day or next-day options for an even faster service.

Our personal documents include:

  1. Birth Certificates
  2. Marriage Certificates
  3. Diplomas
  4. Police Checks
  5. Driver’s Licences


Our approach to translation project management

Pre-translation stage

Understanding objectives, designing a strategy, building a team

Research stage

Terminology management and allocation of resources

Translation stage

Translation and independent review

In-house QA and DTP stage

Final linguistic QA and graphic design work


Client delivery and ongoing customer support/feedback

Our Dinka Translation Services Process  

If you need a high-quality and reliable Dinka translation of your documents, our team of NAATI-certified Dinka translators is here to help. With locally trained staff, you can be confident that your translations will be done in high-quality and with quick turnaround times – as fast as two business days. And if you need an even quicker turnaround, we offer urgent delivery options.

Simply send us the document you need to be translated, and we’ll send you a quote and confirm all the project details including the turnaround time. Once you place your order, we’ll assign your project to one of our experienced Dinka translators and send you the completed translations on or before the due date.


Cultural Appropriateness of Dinka Professional Translation Services 

To effectively communicate with CALD audiences, it’s important to adapt messages to fit the cultural context in which they will be received. This requires careful consideration of language, customs, and values.

By taking the time to understand the culture of our diverse communities, we need to ensure that the messages we translate are accurately conveyed and can lead to stronger connections and better results. Community checking helps us ensure that our translations are culturally sensitive and easy to understand.

By consulting with a member of the Dinka community, we can ensure that any cultural references are accurately represented and that the overall tone and format of our Dinka translations are appropriate. It is a crucial step in ensuring that our translations are not only technically accurate but also respectful and culturally sensitive.

Accessibility of our Professional Dinka Translation Services 

Our project managers are highly skilled at working documents to ensure that they’re culturally appropriate and respectful, while still conveying your message clearly and concisely. We’ll work closely with you throughout the process to make sure that your content is communicated effectively so that you can reach your target audience. 

Plain language is a very important component of our Dinka translation process. Contact us today to learn more about how we can make your Dinka translation services as accessible and culturally appropriate as possible.


Dinka to English translation services  

Our Dinka language translators are highly qualified and experienced. They have extensive knowledge of the Dinka language and culture, which ensures that they can provide high-quality and culturally appropriate translations.

They are also familiar with the different dialects of Dinka, so you can be confident that your translation will be easy to understand. With our satisfaction guarantee, you can trust that you are receiving the best possible Dinka translation services.

The Dinka Language 

Dinka is a Nilotic dialect cluster spoken by the Dinka people, the major ethnic group of South Sudan. There are several main varieties, Padang, Rek, Agaar, Bor, Hol, Twic East, and Twic, which are distinct enough (though mutually intelligible) to require separate literary standards. Jaang, Jieng, or Monyjieng is used as a general term to cover all Dinka languages. Recently Akutmɛ̈t Latueŋ Thuɔŋjäŋ (the Dinka Language Development Association) has proposed a unified written grammar of Dinka.

The language most closely related to Dinka is the Nuer language. The Luo languages are also closely related. The Dinka vocabulary shows considerable proximity to Nubian, which is probably due to medieval interactions between the Dinka people and the kingdom of Alodia.


The Dinka Community in Australia

The largest number of South Sudan-born people living in Australia was recorded in Victoria (1,118), followed by Queensland (715), then New South Wales (561), and Western Australia (489). A total of 4,825 people indicated that they were of partial or full South Sudanese ancestry. 

This figure increased to 7,699 in the 2016 census, with 2,750 living in Victoria, 1,430 in Queensland, and 1,201 in Western Australia. 10,755 people indicated that they had partial or full South Sudanese ancestry. The most recent census data from 2021 shows 8,255 people born in South Sudan living in Australia. 14,273 people indicated that they had South Sudanese ancestry. 

Why Choose Our Dinka Translation Services?

As a reputed translation services in Australia, we pride ourselves on providing outstanding customer service and responsiveness. Our highly experienced and qualified professional Dinka language translator and project managers are always on hand to provide end-to-end service, ensuring project continuity and minimising errors.

We have a reliable service with efficient turnarounds and a satisfaction guarantee. Our 100% transparency policy with rates, linguists, and procedures means that you can be confident in our services.


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Frequently Asked Questions

There are several ways to find a professional Dinka language translator. You can search online directories of translators, ask for recommendations from colleagues or industry associations, or contact translation agencies that specialise in Dinka language translation.

The cost of Dinka language translation varies depending on several factors, including the length of the text, the complexity of the content, and the turnaround time. You can request a quote from a translation service or agency to get an idea of the cost. 

Yes, Dinka is a language. It is a Nilotic language spoken by the Dinka people of South Sudan and Sudan. It is one of the major languages of South Sudan, and it is also spoken in some parts of Sudan. 


Deng is a common surname among the Dinka people of South Sudan and Sudan. It is derived from the Dinka word “deŋ,” which means “crocodile.” The surname is often passed down through the male line, and it is a sign of respect and honor to be given the surname Deng. 


In Dinka, the word for “goodbye” is “yak kur.” It is used to bid someone farewell when you are leaving or when you are ending a conversation. You can also use the phrase “yak wad” to say goodbye, which means “go well.” 

Dinka is a Nilotic language, and it is closely related to other Nilotic languages such as Nuer, Shilluk, and Anuak. These languages are all part of the larger Eastern Sudanic language family, which also includes languages such as Masalit, Fur, and Kanuri.

Dinka is called Dinka in English. It is the name of the language and the people who speak it. Dinka is a Nilotic language spoken by the Dinka people of South Sudan and Sudan. It is one of the major languages of South Sudan, and it is also spoken in some parts of Sudan. 

Yes, translation services in Australia often work with official government documents like visa applications, immigration papers, and legal contracts to ensure accuracy and compliance with government requirements.

You can verify the authenticity of a certified translation by checking for the certification statement, including the translator’s or agency’s contact information, and confirming that it meets the requirements of the organization or authority receiving the document.

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