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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By Suresh Patel|2021-01-25T19:24:19+02:00January 25th, 2021|
Our manifesto, called the Full Spectrum Model for the Legal Regulation of Cannabis in South Africa, has been the cornerstone of our activism work and forms the foundation from which we constantly refer back to in the various discussions we’ve had with
No, weed is NOT legal in South Africa. It is ridiculous, but trade in Cannabis is still a criminal offence in South Africa. Also the SAPS still treat possession as a crime and you will be arrested if found in possession
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
By Suresh Patel|2021-01-18T12:12:46+02:00January 18th, 2021|
Last year the South African Cannabis Survey of Users and Growers, was launched by Social Surveys Institute and Fields of Green for ALL to help understand the South African Cannabis industry. The survey was funded by Cannabis consulting firms Global GO
With the world in chaos, so much came tumbling down in 2020 that we are surprised that the last apartheid law is still standing. Sadly the powers that be and most of the media and police are still perpetuating prohibition in
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.
Arrests can be divided into two categories. Those where the victims know their rights, and those where they do not. Here follows how I interpret the four documents that were set out by government to guide the SAPS in why and when a Dagga
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
By Jo|2021-03-17T20:23:48+02:00December 7th, 2020|
Well. That’s an easy question for any civilian, but the cops seem to have massive private space issues. Section 14 of the Constitution of South Africa defines the Right to Privacy as such: “14. Privacy – Everyone has the right
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