In a groundbreaking ruling the Constitutional Court of South Africa has decriminalised Cannabis after years of legal challenges by citizens and civil society groups through the nations courtrooms. Following an unprecedented length of time to make their decision, the court ruled that it will
This photograph was taken outside the Constitutional Court of South Africa on November 5th 2017, the day the State's appeal to the Western Cape High Court 'privacy' judgement was heard by a bench of 10 Judges. We were given leave to enter our Trial Of
The Department of Trade and Industry is the first South African government department to embark on a programme of research into the economic viability of Cannabis, as reported in Business Day. This may lead to some government officials actually learning something about Cannabis and its
This week on social media yet another disturbing video appeared with the SA Police Service in the starring roles as protagonist, court, judge and jury. The back story starts a number of weeks ago in Umgababa on the Kwa-Zulu Natal South Coast. A licensed tavern
Dagga Laws in South Africa When I saw the sculptures by Tom Otterness that are dotted around the beach front in Scheveningen, The Hague in The Netherlands, I immediately thought of my frequently used Twitter hashtag #stoplockingusupincages. The group of beguiling figures are called "Fairytales
We are always scouring the local airwaves for Dagga related news to share. It's difficult to find any regional heartwarming stories, Cannabis business news or product innovation, as in the international news feeds. Rarely is there anything more than another 'bust' by the Hawks 'swooping'
With the perpetual imminence of the Constitutional Court's WCHC Appeal judgement, we've been busy working in the background during the more than 8 month wait, publishing and distributing our Fields Of Green For ALL 'Desired Outcomes' Cannabis Legalisation Discussion Document. This document is a 40
At Fields Of Green For ALL our work at the Join The Queue Arrest Helpline always ensures we end up dealing with South African citizens who find themselves behind bars. Lots of them. It is is by far the most depressing aspect of Dagga prohibition