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South African Education Resources (Free)

  • 2Enable – 2Enable delivers tailor-made educational content developed by qualified teaching professionals at no cost to all South Africans.
  • Department of Education National Curriculum Guidelines – Download the National Curriculum Statements for General Education and Training (Grades R to 9) and Further Education and Training (Grades 10 to 12).
  • Mieliestronk – Inligting, opvoeding en skoolprojekte-hulp in Afrikaans.
  • Mindset Network – A South African not-for-profit company that creates, sources and distributes high quality, curriculum aligned digital content to support the education and health sectors.
  • Onnies Online – Ideas. Resources. Inspiration. The only Afrikaans website in South Africa dedicated to teachers. Content includes free resources, articles, how-to videos and more – everything related to teaching and teacher wellbeing.
  • Past Matric Exam Papers – Completing past exam papers are a great way for students to prepare for exams, helping them discover what they already know and what they still have to learn, as well as teaching them to manage their time and become familiar with exam terminology.
  • RSA Teaching Jobs – An online job board for schools in South Africa. On this platform, schools can upload vacancies and have it seen by the Onnie Media network of teachers. Teachers can also create alerts and receive a weekly email containing new school vacancies.
  • SABC Education – SABC Education is responsible for delivering the educational mandate of South Africa’s public broadcaster, delivering compelling educational content for diverse audiences across Africa.
  • Sci-Bono GDE learner downloads – Aims to improve public engagement with science and technology by assisting with curriculum delivery, providing teacher training and support and by providing curriculum materials to schools.
  • South African History Online – A non-partisan people’s history project that aims to break the silence of our past and to create the most comprehensive online encyclopaedia of South African history and culture.
  • Teacherpedia – Aims to connect South African teachers in a forum, where they can share ideas and expertise, ask questions and be supported by their peers. While online, teachers can read interesting articles relating to education, comment and engage with the content, find information about SACE courses and events, resources and school vacancies.
  • Thutong National Education Portal – The online point of entry to a comprehensive array of free educational resources, policy information, and interactive services concerning all aspects of the South African schooling sector, providing relevant information about and services for curriculum and teacher development, and school administration and management.
  • Vodacom e-school – The Vodacom learning platform with Internet access to education content for all grades 10-12 high school South African learners. Through Vodacom’s e-school, learners who are Vodacom subscribers are able to access content, which is curriculum aligned, on their mobile device across all major subjects, free of charge, as Vodacom has zero rated browsing on the portal for its customers.
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