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Protection and Support of Legacy Cannabis Communities, Traditional Knowledge, Intellectual Property and Natural Resources. This is one of the six foundational principles to guide and sustain the regulation of Cannabis use, cultivation and trade in South Africa. So far on our journey towards legally
In our previous post about the “enormous” Cannabis economy, we speak about truths in the failed global experiment for Cannabis companies to grow as quickly and unsustainably as possible, with Jamaica being a prime example. Instead of developing export markets, especially in
This post was first published on 26 August 2018 and updated on 30 June 2020. A word of caution - Do not oversell the potential of the Cannabis industry to "save" our economy! "Weed will save the world!" How many times have we heard
This article about the Leaked Cannabis Bill was originally published on 17 Jul 2019 and was updated on 29 June 2020. Last year saw parliament's proposed "leaked Cannabis bill" being released and it was even more dreadful than we expected. It is
This article about the Global Drug Survey was originally published on 20 Nov 2019 and was updated on 28 June 2020. The Global Drug Survey is an independent research company based in the UK who conduct surveys on drug / substance
This article about Cannabis testing in the workplace was originally published on 30 Jun 2017 and was updated on 28 June 2020. Since the announcement of the Constitutional Court's privacy ruling in September 2018, much has changed - and much has remained
This article about Cannabis Reclassification was originally written on 6 Feb 2019 and was updated on 28 June 2020. When we heard that the WHO wants to embark on a journey of Cannabis Reclassification within the International Drug Control treaties, we jumped at
This article was originally published on 25 Feb 2019 and was update on 26 June 2020. The unavoidable impending legalisation of Cannabis means that lots of regulations need to be adapted - including driving while stoned. In general it's not considered a good
As more and more of the stigma surrounding Cannabis is lifted, the need for proper Cannabis education is vital. South Africa's economy is in dire need of a boost, as is evident from the finance minister's report that was released last
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