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Instead ask if they have children (when enquiring about someone’s age, the Batswana will always refer to the year they were born rather than the number of years which have passed since they were born so be prepared for some quick mathematical calculations).
Try to avoid asking for specific details about the location of their village. Humour can be awkward so be careful how you use it and do not expect to be understood.
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Many of the local blacks feel that the whites cannot distinguish amongst them and to walk by someone you know and not greet them is extremely rude. Ethnic background and place of residence are important factors in determining peoples’ level of comfort with touching and gestures.
Batswana generally don’t mind talking to a person very close to them but they usually keep a distance of about an out-stretched arm from each other.
Regular eye contact is used in judging whether a person is trustworthy.
Batswana will not necessarily maintain constant eye contact, but it is considered a sign of dishonesty if a person refuses to or is reluctant to make eye contact. When greeting a colleague, it is customary to shake hands with both men and women.
If they are well-educated, you can talk about almost anything, especially where they have been educated and where they have travelled.
If they are not very highly educated, avoid enquiring about husbands or wives as they may not be married.
In the northern part of Botswana when greeting an elderly person you have to kneel down and give them both of your hands if you find them seated.