Together with our legal team at Schindlers Attorneys, Johannesburg, we have finalised our list of Expert Witnesses for The Trial of the Plant, due to start in the Pretoria High Court on 30 July 2017 until 25 August 2017. The final list, together with summaries
Mid winter marks the time for the annual National Arts Festival in Grahamstown, Eastern Cape. By far the most prolific Cannabis growing area in Southern Africa and a hotbed of support for legalisation, our legal team were invited to contribute to Thinkfest, billed
The Trial of the Cannabis Plant is due to start in the Pretoria High Court, Gauteng province, South Africa on 31 July 2017 until 25 August 2017. This is a total of 19 high court days. Our legal team at Schindlers Attorneys consulted with Deputy
We’ve been mulling over our experiences at UNGASS last month. Reports have been circulating and there is nothing we could say here that hasn’t been said before. The Drug Policy Alliance summed it up best “by and large, nations gathered at the UN last week
Our South African Constitution is working and our judiciary is strong. This has been said many times over the last 24 hours as we wait to see what the ruling party is going to do about our sticky-fingered president. Amidst the political spin there is
We have been planning a very special festival called Weedstock since November last year. On Thursday afternoon at 2pm, 20 hours before the gates opened, we received an email from the SAPS to tell us that the last piece of permission - one signature -
It is with a heavy heart that we have to let everyone know that The Trail of the Plant has been postponed. WE DO NOT HAVE A NEW DATE YET, but we are confident that it will still be during 2016. This is how the
“As the ideologically driven nonsense that underpinned the Drug War becomes increasingly apparent and the need for drug law reform gathers momentum, it is important to recognise some of the subtle approaches and ideas expressed towards a drug reform model could well result in Prohibition 2.0.