It’s no surprise to a lot of you that I make programming related videos on YouTube and support a lot of South African YouTubers. So I’ve decided to dedicate my first “official” blog post on this website to just that. I’ll be listing some South African YouTube Channels that I think is worth watching and subscribing to.
My aim with this post is to help get South African YouTubers noticed and to help grow the community.
So here is the list:
- Shaun Roselt, It comes as no surprise that I list my own channel as the first entry. Well, my main niche is programming. I make many different programming related videos and that can include things like Delphi Programming (VCL), Delphi Programming (FMX), Web Development, Career Advice For Programmers, and more!
- Super Teachers Unite, Inspiration, motivation and help for teachers.
- Rob The Ranger Wildlife Videos, Up close and personal with the wildlife of Africa. Showcasing both the beauty and brutality of African nature.
- Sam “Tech Girl” Wright, gaming, gadgets, vlogs and everything geeky.
- UFD Tech, Technology Reviewer, and Tech Ideas.
- Quentin Watt Tutorials, Basically the same as my channel, but with much more content 🙂
- MCPEMike, South Africa’s biggest gaming YouTuber. He mostly plays Minecraft videos.
- Chani_ZA, Gaming, vlogs and geeky related videos.
- Michael Cost, This channel showcases South African culture, comedy, and urban life.
- Liaan Lategan, Mammals, Reptiles, Frogs, Invertebrates, Birds and all things wildlife.
- Righteous Reptiles, wildlife and educational videos about nature and animals.
- Mr Long IT & CAT, He makes videos for South African IT and CAT students.
- LearnDelphi, Just more Delphi programming videos for South African IT Students.
- Nicky’s Toy Box, She does videos about toys, gaming, and arts & crafts.
- GLITCH OUT, Gaming and let’s plays.
- Sarah Jay, vlogs, opinions and short video skits.
- KrazyKingVirus, Music, Vlogs, and skits.
This is just a short list of South African YouTubers I think is worth checking out. I will keep updating this list and change it as I see fit. You’re welcome to comment your channel down below and I will go have a look (but only if you are South African, make tech videos or make programming videos).
Enjoy and let’s support each other!