Which SA Cannabis Companies are Supporting Legalisation for ALL?

By |Published On: October 9th, 2019|

There are many Cannabis businesses in South Africa, all rushing to be first. Some are very special because they understand the less glamorous business of getting things right for ALL our citizens.

We’ve had a big influx of Affiliates this year and we’re feeling really blessed.  On a personal note, I’ve loved watching how many of our affiliates have been interacting with each other through the year, supporting and helping each other grow.  Its exactly what I had hoped to see happen.

Why are our affiliates so important to us?  Without them we wouldn’t be able to keep our office running.  The monthly donations received from them as well as our Green Network members is what enables us to continue focusing on pushing and writing proposals for fair, human rights based cannabis polices and regulations.

We wouldn’t be able to answer the 100’s of emails and messages we get every day if we didn’t have the power and data to do so. Neither would we be able to network with drug policy advocates and activists from around the globe, learning with and from each other as we pioneer our way to making sure that South Africa has the most human rights-based cannabis policies and regulations in the world. We’ve been blessed to meet all the right people in all the right places who have assisted us with writing functional guidelines that work within the framework of our Right to Privacy judgement, such as our guideline on how to start a Dagga Private Club.

If Parliament ignores us we will have to go forward with the Trial of the Plant part 2, until we are happy with the fact that ordinary citizens of South Africa are not being side-lined and criminalised while corrupt corporate fat cats steal our (Alaskan)thunder(f*ck).

Our Affiliates cover a wide array of products and services within the budding industry.   The Right to Privacy judgement has created the potential for so many possibilities in what we see being a huge and incredibly diverse cannabis industry.

I’ve squeezed the affiliates into 4 basic categories for the purposes of this post:

All the companies marked as *new have signed up in 2019.

Seed Banks:  just that, seed banks.

Greensmokeroom Seeds
Daggafontein Genetics (new)
Sacred Seeds (new)
Trophy Seeds (new)

Marketing and Entertainment: covers companies that are involved in event management, public speaking, networking and community building.

The Presentation Clinic
Greenrush SA (new)
Aaptwak (new)

Plant Care: brands that focus solely on their plant care products, from soils to pest management.  Their products are sold online and at various retail outlets around the country.

BioLeaf Technologies
Freedom Farms
BuddiSpray (new)

Online and Retail stores: covers a variety of products that can include items from the other 3 categories, such as seeds and plant care products. These companies include hydroponic/grow stores, smoking paraphernalia, clothing and accessories.  Some have physical stores that you can pop in to, others are online based

Greenthumb HydroPuff.co.za
Cannabiz Art
CannaTrade Africa (new)
Medical MJ (new)
The High Co (new)

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Thank you to our FGA Affiliates who help to make our ongoing content creation possible!


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  1. Kelvin Bishop Fallah November 17, 2019 at 8:57 pm - Reply

    Hi ,

    We are looking for partners for farming as we are working closely with the Liberian government and its lestelature to in act laws for the legal growing of Canabis in Liberia….

    Any investor or parts who want to work with us in getting our government can join out team or contact me directly.

    With love

    • Myrtle Clarke December 3, 2019 at 3:06 pm - Reply

      Here in South Africa we know how important it is to look after yourself, your family, your community and your own country first. If the Liberian government wants to know the RIGHT way to do Cannabis legalisation then they are welcome to contact us and be part of the conversation. Why are there investment opportunities in Liberia if Cannabis remains illegal for ordinary citizens??? Just doesn’t sound right to us. Colonialism??

  2. Brenda Marx October 14, 2019 at 8:43 am - Reply

    Hi there!
    We just love what you are doing and what you stand for – keep up the good work!
    About a month ago we started a laboratory specialising in testing cannabis and cannabis products.
    We would love to join the affiliation, but currently cannot yet afford a monthly subscription.
    If there is any other way in which we can be of assistance, please let me know.
    Please check out our website for more information.
    Would love to collaborate in the future and make this plant accessible and legal for all.
    Peace and love

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