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What does UBUNTU Mean in African Philosophy?

Umuntu Ngumuntu Ngabantu

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UBUNTU is an African word that originated from Nguni and Bantu tribes. The sounds and letters of Ubuntu don’t do it justice, as the philosophy and concepts behind the word Ubuntu are multifaced like a Russian doll.




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