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16-Sep-2017 01:32

Talk and touching hands among friends even office workers who are not necessarily friends is not strange thing.This is not limited to gender; it can be male-to-male or female to male and vice versa.This is a good time to learn how to laugh at one’s follies.If a person is sharing something that they know will produce laughter they will have their right hand upturned waiting for a slap from you.The detaining of thirteen attorneys and their clients, including nationals of Tanzania and South Africa, brings recent Tanzania’s targeting of civil society to unprecedented new heights.The detention of human rights attorneys and leading public health and community leaders is not only a severe violation of their rights, but also raises the level of threat to human rights defenders in the country – another step backwards for human rights.

Starting point for a good discussion with an unfamiliar or a new face will stem from sport events, new events as reported by magazines, especially by tabloids and popular cartoons.

Reported issues are likely to be about witchdoctors or strange (miracles unbelievable) events and even war in other countries.

Political discussion is very common for people who know each other well.

It is not normally acceptable to discuss money issues with Tanzanians.

It is also not appropriate for a man to discuss a pregnancy with a pregnant woman, women may discuss it if they are good friends.

Starting point for a good discussion with an unfamiliar or a new face will stem from sport events, new events as reported by magazines, especially by tabloids and popular cartoons.Reported issues are likely to be about witchdoctors or strange (miracles unbelievable) events and even war in other countries.Political discussion is very common for people who know each other well.It is not normally acceptable to discuss money issues with Tanzanians.It is also not appropriate for a man to discuss a pregnancy with a pregnant woman, women may discuss it if they are good friends. 20, a team of human rights lawyers and activists were jailed in Dar-es-Salaam, Tanzania – a clear violation of Tanzanian and international human rights obligations. 17 after a consultation they were holding was raided by the Tanzanian police. After authorities initially released all but one of them on bail, all are back in custody today after their bail was revoked.