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The Centre for Text Technology (CtexT™) (In Afrikaans: Sentrum vir Tekstegnologie) at the North-West University, South Africa, is "a non-profit, self-supporting unit of the Research Focus Area: Languages and Literature in the South African Context in the Faculty of Arts at the North-West University (Potchefstroom Campus)."
"The four main activities of the Centre for Text Technology involve the following:
CTexT is "developing data for several African languages, viz. Hausa, Igbo, Kinyarwanda, Wolof and Yoruba. The developed data will be used in proofing tools such as spelling checkers and grammar checkers. ... This project is a part of Microsoft's Local Language Program, a global initiative to provide desktop software and tools to their customers by collaborating with local experts (governments, universities and other interested parties)." (Igbo Language and ICT message board)