This is a guest blog written by Advocate James Grant and published on his website: Critical Law - The Law as it is and ought to be - on 10 February 2019. James is our JoinTheQ Dagga Arrest Helpline Advocate and has been a pillar of strength as we deal with difficult cases from both
The South African Cannabis "scene" has become somewhat of a circus of late. We are in that messy transition between a movement and an industry and the soap opera gets a new episode each day. There's new clowns, mother-in-laws, crooks, bean counters and mad gardeners fiddling with the plant and squabbling with each other.
In 2017 we wrote a blog post called "Do YOU want a license to grow Cannabis?". That was 2 years ago and we can assure you that, when it comes to the issue of asking the government to give you permission to do what is now your constitutional right, nothing has changed. To date, NO
How would you & a friend like to join The Dagga Couple on an all expenses paid trip to California?!! Head over to our dedicated COMPETITION PAGE for details on how to enter. The draw will take place at our 7th DDay 4.20 Cannival Celebration Party on 20 April 2019 in Gauteng. Good luck &
As another year launches into full swing here at Fields of Green for ALL, it is good to make time to be grateful. We have been reflecting on 2018 - a year that was crazy busy & momentous in its progress towards legally regulated Cannabis for ALL South Africans and a landmark year for Schindlers
One of the bizarre thoughts that went through our minds as Judge Zondo read out his landmark judgement in September last year was "Oh good, we can close down our JoinTheQ project and we'll never have to write another version of our Know Your Rights booklet again!" It wasn't to be. We've just completed VERSION ELEVEN!
After 14 grueling days in court in August 2017 The Trial of the Plant ground to a halt. Days of filibustering and protracted cross examination of our expert witnesses led to the trial being rendered "part heard". The rest of 2017 and going into 2018 was a time of great uncertainty until the Judge Davis
All the best for 2019 to ALL our supporters, members, affiliate companies and organisations. May this be a year of progress and prosperity for ALL! "Fields of Green for ALL, established in 2013, is a non-profit company that is working towards the legal regulation of Cannabis in South Africa. As our name indicates, we work
It has always been our strategy at Fields of Green for ALL to tackle the scourge of Cannabis prohibition from grass roots level all the way to the top of the "highest" tree. Today, our local affiliate organisation, the Umzimvubu Farmers Support Network, will meet with traditional leaders in their remote Eastern Cape area
"There is a lovely road that runs from Lusikisiki into the hills. These hills are Cannabis-covered, and they are lovely beyond any singing of it." Not quite what Alan Paton wrote in "Cry, the Beloved Country" published in 1948, the year of the birth of apartheid, but we can cry for our beloved plant and