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Community Development: The plight of the DPC

By |November 27th, 2020|

Dagga Private Clubs are based on the combination of community, privacy and Cannabis. Because the community makes up the Club, it's important for the Club to engage in community development. This way, Clubs can become hubs of knowledgeable, informed and empowered

What is Stop The Cops?

By |November 26th, 2020|

What we want We want the South African Police Services removed from having anything to do with Daggga, immediate and unconditional release of all Dagga prisoners and reparations for the harms of prohibition in the form of total expungements with apology.

Good Day. How Much Weed Can I Grow?

By |November 25th, 2020|

Jules wrote this blog in January 2019. It is sound advice that still rings true and reveals our inalienable constitutional rights that the privacy judgment confirmed: It has to be the most frequently asked question in our inbox - How much can I

Why does the Cannabis Community hate the SAPS so much?

By |November 24th, 2020|

Well for starters, it’s not just the Cannabis Community.  It seems there’s not too many South Africans who would purposefully interact with police if given the choice, based on their unending thirst for corruption.  Even for the simplest process, such as

404 Courier Policies and the SAPS

By |November 18th, 2020|

We often get contacted by folks that had their weed parcels confiscated for no reason. This leaves us wondering why, considering that more dangerous substances like alcohol and tobacco never get seized. We even published a blogpost about the issue a

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