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South African Police discovered a massive cannabis plantation in KZN via helicopter that stretches for kilometers.
It is currently not necessary for anyone to go to trial or even sign an admission of guilt/pay a fine and thereby incur a criminal record.
The Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs is used as motivation for why non-violent drug offenders are arrested.
With trusty lighter in hand, he sparked it up and took a couple of fat tokes just before finishing off with a cool “that’s all I’ve got to say”.
We witnessed history as the Cape Cannabis March jumped from 3,000 participants last year to 15,000 this year.
This year’s Cape Town Cannabis March is set to be anything other than the best and biggest peaceful protest to hit the Mother City in ages.
Watch The Dagga Couple’s mini documentary about the recent spraying of cannabis plantations by the police.
As the perennial aerial assault on dagga ends, we’re left with the cops smiling and ravished communities one foot deeper in poverty.
What might a ‘Cannavist’ say to the terminally ill Cancer patient whom she convinced would be cured by Dagga, who then is not?
Although the legalisation of cannabis was the leading topic demanded to be heard by the public during SONA, it got not so much as a mention, while the other popular requests were simply thrown out.
The social media outcry in favour of dagga legalisation has been so vociferous that it has overtaken the cry of those calling for the president’s resignation.
Transkei appears to again be the target of SAPS helicopters dispensing herbicide over dagga fields and innocent communities.
Zuma has invited the public to tweet what they’d like him to talk about in the State of the Nation Address. Tweet to legalise dagga!
The Dagga Couple has publicly responded to the frivolous allegations made in the #DaggaGate conspiracy.
Two Directors of the South African Cannabis working group have resigned following this weekend’s attack by members against prominent local legalisation leaders.
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