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LATEST NEWS IN THE SOUTH AFRICAN CANNABIS INDUSTRY

Stay in the know with the latest news in the South African cannabis industry, from political news to social and legal updates. Own your industry by staying on top of the latest developments and be empowered to move beyond colonial thinking. 

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Cannabis clinics and RecoMed to Offer Round the Clock Prescription Cannabis Service

Cannabis Clinics and RecoMed to Offer Round the Clock Prescription Cannabis Service

Juicy Fields: Former SA CEO Willem v d Merwe Speaks Out

Juicy Fields: Former SA CEO Willem v d Merwe Speaks Out

Bien There and Donne That: Ferreira Beats Red Tape to Get Hemp Permit and Sets Up New Research Centre in W Cape

Bien There and Donne That: Ferreira Beats Red Tape, Gets Hemp Permit Finally and Sets Up New Research Centre in W Cape

Silverleaf IPO Seeks to Raise R7m Through Easy Equities Platform

Silverleaf IPO Through Easy Equities Opens Up Cannabis Investment to the “Person in the Street”

Labour Court Upholds Cannabis Offence Dismissal

Labour Court Upholds Cannabis Offence Dismissal

Cape Town Hemp Building is Highest in the world

Cape Town Hemp Building is Highest in the World

Political Row Erupts Over R1,6m Municipal Funding for "Bergville Dagga War" Exhumations

Political Row Erupts Over R1,6 m Municipal Funding for ‘Bergville Dagga War’ Exhumations

President’s New Cannabis Advisor Wants One Over-Arching Hemp and Cannabis Law

President’s New Cannabis Advisor Wants One Over-Arching Hemp and Cannabis Law

UN Says Drug Usage Up 26% in a Decade; Warns of a 'Crisis of the Vulnerable'

UN Says Drug Usage Up 26% in a Decade; Warns of a ‘Crisis of the Vulnerable’

Police Bust R2m Illegal Cannabis Grow Op in Linden, Johannesburg; One Man Arrested

Police Bust R2m Illegal Cannabis Grow Op in Linden, Johannesburg; One Man Arrested

Red Flag Alert: Alarming Rise in W Cape Youngsters Seeking Treatment for Cannabis

Red Flag Alert: Alarming Rise in W Cape Youngsters Seeking Treatment for Cannabis

SA Medical Journal: “Impossible to Argue That Teenage Cannabis Use is Safe”

SA Medical Journal: “Impossible to Argue That Teenage Cannabis Use is Safe”