Afrikaans Translation

Looking for the Afrikaans translation for Joomla! or would like to help translate various aspects of Joomla! into Afrikaans.

Visit the project

Want to start a translation?

If you would like to get involved in starting a local translation project, email translation [at]

JoomlaDay™ ZA

JoomlaDay in South Africa has been running since 2007, with the 10th event being organised in 2013. The event has been held in Cape Town, Durban & Johannesburg.

JoomlaDay allows end users, managers, administrators, developers and service providers to the Joomla community, to connect in various ways from listening to presentations which cover technical aspects of Joomla! to case studies on how to use Joomla! in a web environment.

Networking is also a big part of the event, and you are bound to meet people with ideas, issues and solutions which can be discussed and talked about at the event.

Visit website

Local User Groups

Cape Town User Group

Meetings are held once a month, view this link for more details...

Group site Google+ Twitter

Johannesburg User Group

Discuss Joomla! and participate in bi-monthly meetings! View links for more detail...

Google+ Twitter

Durban User Group

Meetings are held bi-monthly. Join our Facebook Group for more details...

Facebook Group Twitter

Is your user group missing ? Contact us.

How to get involved?

If you have a local resource which you think should be added to this site, please get in touch with resource [at]
If you would like to get involved in a local user Group or JoomlaDay, get in touch with event [at]

Stay informed, signup for newsletter updates

Our local network

This site is maintained by volunteers. All sites listed here have no commercial interest and are there for information. is not affiliated with or endorsed by the Joomla! Project or Open Source Matters.
The Joomla! logo is used under a limited license granted by Open Source Matters the trademark holder in the United States and other countries.

managed by raramuridesgin and