Citizenship education in democratic South Africa was seen as a tool to undo the historical ad racially based inequalities. Typically, it involved the adoption of outcome-based education (OBE) which represented a departure from a highly prescriptive and divisive apartheid education system. Citizenship education through OBE envisioned the reconstruction of the student and teacher relationship. Theoretically, this meant that learners would shift from passive learning to engage in critical participation. Teachers on the other hand would be facilitators thus encouraging students to democratically practice in deliberation and take control of their own learning. On the other hand, Citizenship education in the UK is understood to be a tool to provide students with knowledge, skills and understanding to prepare them to fully and actively build the society. It envisions to foster student’s keen awareness and comprehension of democracy government and how laws are made and upheld. Teaching in citizenship education focuses on fostering political and social skills for critical analysis of the aspects thus making them be responsible citizens in the future.