An African philosophy of education emphasizes on Ubuntu, which is described as African humaneness and interdependence (Waghid, 2014). Besides being a medium for the enactment of African philosophy of education, Ubuntu empowers Africans to achieve democratic Justice in their continent. Moreover, an African educational philosophy entails rationality, which is culture-dependent and it differs from the Western culture. As such, Waghid (2014) asserts that one could find rational ethos like the traditional folktales in the past African community. These folktales embody a critical thought that the Western culture understands differently in their notion of rationality.
Waghid, Y. (2014) African Philosophy of Education Reconsidered: On Being Human (London & New York, Routledge).