Etiquette in Central African Republic

The Central African Republic is located in central Africa and has a population of over 4.7 million people.

The nation is a provisional republic.

The official languages of Central African Republic are Sango and French..

Around 80% of residents follow Christianity, while another 15% identify with Islam. Indigenous beliefs may be part of both religious practices.

The currency of Central African Republic is the Central African CFA franc.

Dining Etiquette

When enjoying Central African Republic’s food, one is likely to to offered ngunza and gozo, a cassava flour paste. Scoop the nugunra up with a portion of gozo.

Business Etiquette

It is not unusual for local people to arrive late for a business meeting. Relationships in this country are based upon a personal relationships, so it is not uncommon to go out for a drink or a meal. Avoid discussing politics during these outings.