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The organisations stated that “the Tanzanian constitution enshrines the right to seek legal redress when fundamental rights have been violated”.
They added Tanzania has signed the African Charter on Human and Peoples’ rights which “recognises an individual’s right to an appeal to competent national organs against acts violating his fundamental rights as recognised and guaranteed by conventions, laws and customs in force”.
In Tanzania it will be assumed that your left hand has been used for ‘toilet duties’.
While we're certainly not suggesting that you abide by this assumption, as a matter of ettiquete you should keep your right hand dominant – especially when it comes to greeting, eating, and giving or receiving objects. Sniffing your food in an obvious fashion before tucking in is considered rude.
Kissing, hugging, or holding hands with your partner is something to save for private time.