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Stokvel and Dagga Private Clubs

By |September 14th, 2020|

As it becomes more and more apparent that the law makers are not planning on doing the research needed for fair and reasonable policy reform when it comes to Cannabis, the more South Africans are realising that it is time to

Dagga in the Mail

By |September 9th, 2020|

So what does the privacy judgment say about mailing dagga? And what do the police do about it? Since the judgement on 18 September 2018, pretty much the second most common subject in calls we receive at Join The Queue Dagga

Dagga Couple Early Days: Jozi Underground

By |September 7th, 2020|

Every journey starts somewhere. In the Dagga Couple Ted Talk, Jules and Myrtle explained how they became the reluctant activists and how their journey started. Since the beginning, it was all about cognitive liberation and the freedom to put into our

GoFundMe Update – Remembering Jules

By |September 4th, 2020|

Just over a month ago we launched our crowdfunding campaign in remembrance of Jules Stobbs and we are in awe of the response. With the generosity and support of the Cannabis community, locally and worldwide, we have managed to raise over

Good People Disobey Bad Laws

By |September 1st, 2020|

When laws become bad and unjust, it's a difficult thing finding the balance between being a good person and being a law-abiding citizen. Laws should be in place to protect citizens, to prevent complete chaos and to maintain a reasonable standard

Navigating South Africa’s Cannabis Future Webinar

By |August 28th, 2020|

Cheeba Africa and Fields of Green for ALL present an upcoming in depth discussion into SA's cannabis legislation and sustainable models. This webinar comes at an important time in South Africa's history as we move into September where Cannabis legislation is

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