How should Legal Cannabis in South Africa work? Now, more than ever, it is important to stand together to make the voices of people who use, cultivate and trade in Cannabis in South Africa heard, loud and clear.
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Our last Manifesto Monday release was Section 5: Full-Spectrum Model for Cannabis Regulation, which is our evidence-based framework that has taken a more rounded and contextually relevant approach to how the Cannabis industry can be truly unlocked for ALL South Africans.
Our last Manifesto Monday release was Section 4: Leaving No-one Behind: Six Mandatory Ethical Principles for Fair Regulations, which begins to answer the question of “How do we go about creating Cannabis laws and policies that we actually want?” The next
By Suresh Patel|2021-03-15T22:50:06+02:00February 15th, 2021|
Last week’s release of Section 3: Stakeholders illustrated how many types of Stakeholders that are, or need to be, involved in Cannabis policy discussions in South Africa. Additionally our submitted commentary to last year’s proposed Cannabis Bill incorporated the voice of
Dagga Private Clubs have been increasingly pushed into the public eye, more so with The Haze Club case pending. For many of us in the Cannabis community, breaking the law isn't exactly a new thing. Contrary to our own view and
The Dagga Couple Scholarship has been set up in partnership with Fields of Green for ALL in remembrance and to celebrate the life of Cannabis activist Julian Stobbs who was murdered at his home on the outskirts of Johannesburg in an
By Suresh Patel|2021-02-08T14:01:59+02:00February 8th, 2021|
Last week’s release of Section 2: Background, History and Context helped our readers understand the Cannabis landscape in South Africa as far back as the early 19th century, and how our history has set the tone for conversations about Cannabis laws
As we all know, the Haze Club was raided in October 2020. All their equipment (including lighting, irrigation, climate control, CO2 tanks, ventilation, nutrients and cleaning chemicals) were confiscated, along with over 300 plants in various growth stages and more than
By Suresh Patel|2021-03-24T05:16:02+02:00February 1st, 2021|
Last week’s Cannabis 101 set the tone to understanding the basics of the Cannabis plant and our culture. The next section being released today is called Background, History and Context, forming an important guide to understanding Cannabis policy in South Africa.
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
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