According to HumanIPO.com, Mozilla will soon add a Xhosa language pack to  its popular Firefox browser with the help of global language service provider, Rubric, which donated 30 000 Xhosa words it had helped translate to Mozilla to help with the project.

Xhosa is the second most-spoken language in South Africa after Zulu, with over 8 million people who speak it as their home language. Mozilla has plans to add more African language support to Firefox in the future, after already having added language packs and dictionaries for Zulu, South Ndebele, Southern Sotho, Tswana and Swahili.

If you’re a Firefox user and you want to download and install any of these language packs, head on over to Mozilla’s language addon directory page. If you’re not a Firefox user but you’re curious to try it out, you can download it directly from Mozilla here.

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