VAT Increase has no effect on CAFB Memberships FYE2018

April 13, 2018

Since the 2018 Budget, South Africans have been justifiably stressed. We're going to need more money to get by, afford basic hygiene and nutrition, not to mention healthcare. Taxes go up and place so much pressure on us, often further intensifying crime because people become more and more desperate. With this in mind, we have made the decision to preserve our existing price list until 31 July 2018. 

 

Our aim is to open earning opportunities to more youth this year, meaning that we're investigating different pricing models to bring down the financial pressure while still being able to provide the best quality of professional training and skill building. Our core focus will still remain model training, with fashion business development and corporate communication services providing secondary and tertiary avenues of support for our communities. We understand that VAT is an intimidating cost because it can't be avoided and there's no guarantee that wages and salaries will increase, except for the introduction of the minimum wage. 

 

Here's a closer look at our Pricing Structures for your convenience. If you want to break down your internal and external barriers in life, in fashion or in business, this opportunity is yours for the taking. Click here to contact our team about signing up for a remarkable confidence boost. 

 

 

 

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