Dagga Laws in South Africa When I saw the sculptures by Tom Otterness that are dotted around the beach front in Scheveningen, The Hague in The Netherlands, I immediately thought of my frequently used Twitter hashtag #stoplockingusupincages. The group of beguiling figures are called "Fairytales
We are always scouring the local airwaves for Dagga related news to share. It's difficult to find any regional heartwarming stories, Cannabis business news or product innovation, as in the international news feeds. Rarely is there anything more than another 'bust' by the Hawks 'swooping'
With the perpetual imminence of the Constitutional Court's WCHC Appeal judgement, we've been busy working in the background during the more than 8 month wait, publishing and distributing our Fields Of Green For ALL 'Desired Outcomes' Cannabis Legalisation Discussion Document. This document is a 40
At Fields Of Green For ALL our work at the Join The Queue Arrest Helpline always ensures we end up dealing with South African citizens who find themselves behind bars. Lots of them. It is is by far the most depressing aspect of Dagga prohibition
The World Health Organisation is reforming it's opinions of the Cannabis plant at a dizzying speed. After 60 years of the Single Convention that binds all countries to the UN's vision of a drug free world via eradication and incarceration, the Organisation has this year
When this photo appeared on Adv. Don Mahon's Facebook feed recently, he commented that he couldn't believe a year had passed since it was taken. The photo is a time capsule of the few days we had with Trial Of The Plant expert witness, Dr.
The ninth of August is a public holiday in South Africa to recognise Woman's Day. It seems a pity that there is only one day set aside out of 365 to celebrate the strength and achievements of South Africa's female population. Just for the record,
The National Drug Master Plans. The guidelines as to how the government plans to tackle what is usually described as the 'scourge of drugs in our communities'. Since 1999 there have been three NDMP's, and is the apex of the work done by the Central