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 existing or potential. With that being said, it's also noticeable
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 to cultivate, possess and consume Cannabis in a private place.
Fields of Green for ALL visited Cape Town this past week to support The Haze Club at their first appearance at the Wynberg Magistrate's Court, and to catch up with a few of our connections and affiliates. We were unsure until the day before we left if the trip would actually
When Dagga Private Clubs started appearing in South Africa, we knew it would just be a matter of time before one of them ends up in court. We were both excited and scared about this happening - scared, because we hate seeing Cannabis-related arrests taking place and seeing what people have
For our team at Fields of Green for ALL and the #HotBoxShow, a break from the office, the endless correspondence, content creation and webinars cannot come soon enough. It’s been a busy year that we can finally say goodbye to. We will be closed from Friday 11th December to Monday
Over the past few months, I've spoken to loads of people who want to or already have started Dagga Private Clubs and it's interesting to see how many different interpretations of the model there are. By interpretations I mean this: the base of the model remains centered on privacy and community,
This year the Cannabis Vexpo Africa was a virtual event. Our online stall had lots of information available and there were even a few talks that we took part in, amongst others, about Dagga Private Clubs. Marleen took the opportunity to discuss the work that has been done this year around
When you think of how supply and demand in a Dagga Private Club works, then the difference between a DPC and an over-the-counter weed store makes perfect sense. It also makes sense why you don't advertise or franchise your Dagga Private Club. The illegal black market runs on the principle that
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 Cannabis consumers, a real threat to the supposed authority of
Dagga Private Clubs are meant to have principles at its foundations that reflect its integrity. This might seem confusing, because what are these foundational principles and where do they originate from? It might surprise some people to know that the concept of a Dagga Private Club doesn't originate from South Africa.