How should Legal Cannabis in South Africa work? Now, more than ever, it is important to stand together to make the voices of people who use, cultivate and trade in Cannabis in South Africa heard, loud and clear.
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After a month of celebrating 420, the plant and it's people, our Full Spectrum Manifesto for Policy Reform: Cannabis in South Africa: The People’s Plant, is officially launched! Thank you to each and every person who liked, shared, attended, donated, called,
We report on true stories of abuse by the South African Police “Service”. Unedited. Published on request and with permission. It is once again clear that the SAPS do not respect the constitution or the government, they do not follow the
The 420 term often appears in counterculture as a code word for Cannabis. Several clocks in the pawn shop scene in the movie “Pulp Fiction,” for instance, are set to 4:20. From movies to music to surf and skate culture, video games and Rastafarianism,
Free E-book Download! Cannabis in South Africa: The People’s Plant. A Full Spectrum Manifesto for Policy Reform. No need to mince our words here - we know what we want when it comes to Cannabis Law in South Africa, and we
You are cordially invited to join us in launching the final edition of Cannabis in South Africa: The People’s Plant. A Full Spectrum Manifesto for Policy Reform. Due to Covid-19 restrictions, the physical event is limited to the media and Fields
Despite the Haze Club bust and their upcoming court appearance, Dagga Private Clubs are popping up all over South Africa. As usual, our advice is to keep it on the down low and not advertise the existence of your Club, whether
On Tuesday 30 March we were invited to attend a webinar to discuss the development of the much-anticipated Masterplan. The event was attended by hundreds of stakeholders. This was after many industry specialists had submitted proposals for the development of the
Cannabis support industries are where many of South Africa's entrepreneurs, investors and business owners are carving their own unique solutions to the puzzle of making money from Cannabis, without actually selling weed (which is still illegal). With Cannabis use becoming destigmatised
After The Haze Club’s bust last year, the concept of a Cannabis Grow Club started gaining some popularity. Their lawyers argue that this model is in complete compliance with the Privacy Judgement of 2018, which states that an adult is allowed
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