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 Development NGO to share our stories, advice and hope that

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 our 2015 TEDx talk in Cape Town, we will never

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 early next year around the legalisation of Cannabis in SA,

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 Court judgement on 31 March 2017 in the matter between

FGA and The DC Intervene at the Constitutional Court


Cannabis legalisation activists are coming together under one roof. The judgement in the Cannabis legalisation case of Jeremy Acton, Garreth Prince et al, handed down in the Western Cape High Court on 31 March 2017, is being appealed by the state. The appeal will be held in the Constitutional Court in Johannesburg on 07 November

Reality Check: Cannabis is NOT Legal in SA, in ANY Form, yet.


The South African Drugs and Drugs Trafficking Act No.140 of 1993 lists Cannabis under “Undesirable Dependence-Producing Substances” and states that “Canabis (sic) (Dagga), the whole plant or any portion thereof, except dronabinol, is illegal.” This law is still firmly in place. Not a day goes by when Fields of Green for ALL, The Dagga Couple

Invitation To Attend SA’s First Clinical Cannabis Convention


You are invited to attend South Africa's First Clinical Cannabis Convention. Saturday 5 August 2017, 09h00 to 17h00 Linder Auditorium, University of the Witwatersrand Education Campus, St Andrews Rd, Parktown, Johannesburg. Tickets (online only) R995, including lunch. ________________________________ Who should attend? ALL Healthcare Professionals and Allied Healthcare Professionals - Everyone from Doctors, Dentists and Nurses

Harm Reduction International 2017 – Lessons from Canada


We were honoured to be invited to speak at Harm Reduction International's 2017 Conference in Montreal, Canada, earlier this month. "The theme of this year’s conference was 'At the Heart of the Response', and the programme included presentations, panels, workshops and dialogue space sessions on innovative harm reduction services, new or ground-breaking research, effective or

Cannabis Legalisation for Private Home Use. What Next?

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On Friday 31 March 2017 the Western Cape High Court delivered a judgement that declared the prohibition of the cultivation, use and possession of Cannabis within the privacy of the home, unconstitutional. We have been inundated with media interviews, words of support, congratulations for Jeremy Acton and Ras Garreth Prince and many, many questions. Here's