Saturday, July 18, 2020



The following websites offer users free education. No need to worry about paying that and that. Free lessons are provided by the best and qualified teachers. So if you have been searching for free education sites, I'd like to tell you that your search ends now. Shall we?

1. Khan Academy

Khan Academy is a free education website and organization offering free education at any level of education. By any level, I mean any academic level, whether you are a high school or university student. Khan Academy is a non-profit organization. Meaning that it does not get paid by anyone to give you a free lesson. It would be the kindest thing for you to donate to them as a sign of appreciation. Trust me, they provide the best lesson. By the way, donating to Khan Academy is optional. Khan Academy offers a variety of lessons and full courses. I strongly recommend it.

2. Mindset Learn

Mindset Learn is also a free education website that has no premium versions. Signing up is not necessary, but an option. Although I know this website to be working for South African users, I am not sure whether it does run for other countries. Mindset offers a variety of free lesson videos and exam papers to choose from. Also, for Vodacom users: the website is data-free. Meaning data charges do not apply. Well, I think this site is mostly based in South Africa. If you are from a different country and you want to try something new, you can visit it. Hope you like it!😊

3. Siyavula

Siyavula (we are opening) is mostly a free education site and offers grade 8-12 material. But, it does have paid content. In order to get Siyavula's practice exam papers, you'll have to pay for them. There are no data charges for Vodacom and MTN users when using the website(SA only). For other networks and different countries, data charges do apply.

3. Vodacom E-School

Vodacom E-School is Vodacom's own free education site, I think the name says it all. Ok, Vodacom E-School offers free learning material for grade R-12 learners (SA). Does your countries' education system work like that, does it have grades R to 12? I think it's the same though. Vodacom e-school does not apply data charges for Vodacom users. For other networks and countries, data charges do apply.


“For Educational Purposes Only”

"I mean it"

The following is a list of music and video download sites available in 2020. Although these websites might contain a lot of annoying ads, they do provide you with good music and videos from different sources like YouTube, SoundCloud, Yandex, etc. Let's get going.

1. Tubidy

Tubidy is a free website that provides users with a number of videos and music to choose from. Videos are in different resolutions to meet your data savings. You can also stream videos on Tubidy if the downloading thing will be an issue(low internal storage, etc). Tubidy also enables users to upload their own content, how cool is that?


According to Y2mate's description. Y2mate is a YouTube downloader site. What this means is that it offers its users access to download YouTube videos and music for free. As long as what you want is available on YouTube, it is also available in Y2mate.


Savefrom offers a function that is quite similar to the one y2mate offers, which is the download of  YouTube videos. Savefrom is also free. But, Savefrom has a lot of different sources to download from. That includes sources like Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, TikTok, etc. That sounds very awesome for something that is totally free.


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