Apply: 2024 HoiHoi Gauteng- Abolova baseKasi Skilling Intervention Programme


“Less talk, more work!” These words echo through the vibrant streets of Gauteng, where young hearts beat with determination and resilience. The 2024 HoiHoi Gauteng- Abolova baseKasi skilling intervention programme is a beacon of hope for those who missed out on the Nasi Ispani program. To the youth who couldn’t participate in Nasi Ispani, fear not—Abolova baseKasi opens its arms wide, inviting you to a world of opportunity and growth.

Bridging the Gap: From Unemployment to Empowerment

Addressing Unemployment Head-On

Gauteng, like many other regions, grapples with the specter of high youth unemployment rates. The Abolova baseKasi Skilling Initiative stands tall, ready to confront this challenge head-on. It’s not just about numbers; it’s about lives transformed, dreams ignited, and futures reshaped. Imagine a world where every young person has a chance to learn, to build, and to thrive.

Practical Skills for Real-World Success

Formal education is essential, but it’s not the whole story. The Abolova baseKasi program recognizes this truth. It reaches out to the youth, offering them practical skills that matter in today’s job market. Whether it’s bricklaying, electrical work, welding, or artisanal craftsmanship, participants dive into hands-on training. They learn from experienced artisans and industry professionals, gaining real-world knowledge that employers value. These skills are more than tools; they’re keys to unlocking doors of opportunity.

Empowering Communities, One BaseKasi at a Time

The name “baseKasi” resonates with purpose. It’s more than a location; it’s a commitment. A commitment to uplift township communities, to empower the heartbeat of Gauteng. As the sun rises over the bustling streets, so does the promise of a better tomorrow. BaseKasi isn’t just about skills; it’s about pride, resilience, and community spirit. It’s about saying, “We’re here, and we’re ready.”

The Difference Between Abolova baseKasi and Nasi Ispani

Let’s clarify the distinction. Abolova baseKasi and Nasi Ispani are two distinct initiatives, each with its own purpose:

  1. Abolova baseKasi:
    • Aims to provide skills training for unemployed youth in fields like bricklaying, electrical work, welding, and artisanal crafts.
    • Participants receive a monthly stipend of R3,500 during training.
    • It’s a lifeline for those who seek practical expertise and a pathway to employment.
  2. Nasi Ispani:
    • A different program, not directly related to Abolova baseKasi.
    • Without additional context, it’s challenging to provide specific details about Nasi Ispani.
    • But remember, where there’s a will, there’s a way. Opportunities abound, and Gauteng keeps moving forward.

How to Join the Movement

On April 6, 2024, Premier Panyaza Lesufi will announce the commencement of the Abolova baseKasi Skilling Intervention Programme. If you’re a young dreamer, a seeker of purpose, this is your moment. Apply, learn, grow. Be part of something bigger than yourself. And when you step into the baseKasi, know that you’re not just learning a trade—you’re building a legacy.

Woza 6th April 2024. Let’s crush barriers, ignite dreams, and grow Gauteng together. Because in the heart of every youth, there’s a spark waiting to light up the world.

Remember, you’re not alone. We’re here, and we believe in you.

Less talk, more work! 🌟💪


  1. 2024 HoiHoi Gauteng-Abolova baseKasi: Apply NOW R3500 p/m
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Cynthia Rambarly

Books and schools are quite literally my life and thanks to my life-long love affair with reading and writing. I have experience with writing blogs in online magazines. I read and write daily and love writing on schools.

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