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These people are perhaps the greatest danger of cannabis.
Thankfully the time has now come for Mary Jane to finally have her day in court.
Experts urged Southern African MP’s to push policies that would decriminalise drugs & dagga and treat addicts instead of jailing them.
The viral sensation and face of dagga prohibition is back! This time she debated Jeremy Acton of the Dagga Party of South Africa.
This year took the annual Cape Town Cannabis March to new heights with an estimated 20,000 participants. See our photo gallery.
To say that we have received hundreds of queries for cannabis oil would be a massive understatement. We’ve received thousands, each with its own backstory of desperation.
The use of helicopters spraying glyphosate to eradicate rural and remote cannabis crops has been a longstanding annual event in the Eastern Cape.
A couple of years ago I penned an open letter to your mentor, Helen Zille. So I’m hoping that maybe you’d like to take this opportunity to clear the air a bit.
Despite voting in a Prime Minister who favours the legalization of recreational cannabis, things aren’t looking so irie in The Great White North.
Raising a lack of expert testimony, absence of affidavits and there being no admissible evidence; the end of the road was surely in sight.
Live feed of Jeremy Acton’s (Dagga Party of South Africa) battle for cannabis legalisation in the Western Cape High Court.
Along with seventeen other plaintiffs, including Gareth Prince, Acton will be pleading their case in the Western Cape High Court over 2 days.
Help bring the world’s top Cannabis experts to SA to give evidence at the the South African High Court in March 2016.
Following a document leak, the agency overseeing the global drug war for 50 years wants all countries to decriminalize all drugs.
440 Million kg weighs as much as a queue of taxis from Joburg to Cape Town or enough to fill a fire pool a day for 9 years.
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