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Trial of the Plant Update

Trial Update

Trial Update

The Trial of the Plant has had an eventful start in the North Gauteng High Court and is set to continue soon. Learn more about the trial, the legal teams on both sides and the current legal status of Cannabis in South Africa.

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Hope from a Free State Town

The wide open spaces in South Africa certainly give us room to contemplate both our journey and the road ahead. We traveled to the South Western Free State, taking our campaign to the quiet town of Fauresmith. We were invited by the One Love Youth

By | January 31st, 2018|0 Comments

Stop Locking Us Up In Cages!

Is this something that you want to stare at over the holiday season? We hope that you find the featured image of this blog post suitably revolting. This is what you will encounter if you are arrested on a Cannabis charge. As we said in

By | December 15th, 2017|4 Comments

Trial of the Plant 2 – or not?

And so we wait... A few days after our momentous day in the Constitutional Court we were issued a directive calling on all parties to submit written submissions as to whether there is enough evidence for the Constitutional Court to go ahead with a  judgement

By | November 27th, 2017|0 Comments

Notes from the Constitutional Court

  Please note that these are personal notes and not meant to be an exact record of the proceedings. We hope that a transcript of the proceedings will be made available to the public. The matter is the state’s appeal to the Western Cape High

By | November 23rd, 2017|6 Comments