Once he stops, the people give him food, entertain him. Bring the people together. African Intellectual historians like Michael Onyebuchi Eze have argued however that this ideal of "collective responsibility" must not be understood as absolute in which the community's good is prior to the individual's good.
However, during his research, Gade discovered 31 texts published before that used the word, the earliest of which is I-Testamente Entsha by HH Hare.
According to sociolinguist Buntu Mfenyana, it "runs through the veins of all Africans, is embodied in the oft-repeated: "Ubuntu ngumtu ngabanye abantu" "A person is a person through other people". The role of "tertiary perpetrator" to the murder crime is extended to the family and society where the individual perpetrator hails from.
This post is the result of that thinking.
Ubuntu asserts that society, not a transcendent being, gives human beings their humanity. For her, it does exist, but only in places where it is most needed, such as in settlements and poor rural areas where people are tired of being treated as commodities.