Open Site Navigation
Cannabiz Africa Homegrow-min.jpg
Heritage Day: Tracing the Iron Age Origins of Southern Africa’s Dagga Culture

Heritage Day: Tracing the Iron Age Origins of Southern Africa’s Dagga Culture

Smoking in Africa has been of particular interest to archaeologists and historians because of the significant number of smoking pipes that have been found at various sites across the continent. Dagga smoking, among other practices is still prevalent in modern South African culture, thus it would be beneficial to explore the customs of the past to better understand the future

22/09/24, 12:00

North West Police Bust Alleged Cannabis Smugglers Operating Between eSwatini and Botswana

North West Police Bust Alleged Cannabis Smugglers Operating Between eSwatini and Botswana

Hawks seize R1,2 million illicit cannabis and arrest three foreign nationals after a tip-off leads to a bust near Zeerust.

22/09/19, 14:00

Uganda: Former Minister Calls for New Ministry to Handle Cannabis and Alternative Medicines

Uganda: Former Minister Calls for New Ministry to Handle Cannabis and Alternative Medicines

Former Agriculture Minister Victoria Sekitoleko says the Health Ministry has the wrong mindset to take advantage of opportunities in traditional and complementary medicines, including cannabis.

22/09/19, 12:00

UN says South Africa is the third biggest producer of illicit cannabis in Africa – after Morocco and Egypt

UN says South Africa is the third biggest producer of illicit cannabis in Africa – after Morocco and Egypt

The United Nations World Drug Report 2022 says cannabis remains the most widely-used drug and that seizures of illegal flower and resin are on the rise.

22/09/15, 14:00

Akanda’s Tej Virk: Bophelo Blowout Bad for Africa’s Reputation as a Cannabis Investment Destination

Akanda’s Tej Virk: Bophelo Blowout Bad for Africa’s Reputation as a Cannabis Investment Destination

Akanda’s CEO is committed to clawing back to its Lesotho subsidiary, but warns that governance issues may frighten off foreign direct investment as the ‘Battle for Bophelo’ raises broader issues of African business integrity and product quality.

22/09/15, 09:30

Health Minister Chiwenga Urges Zimbabweans to Embrace Cannabis as a “God-Given Gift” But Thinks God Doesn't Want Full-Adult Use Yet

Health Minister Chiwenga Urges Zimbabweans to Embrace Cannabis as a “God-Given Gift”

"This is a Zimbabwean thing, let's go for it. Let us not say anyone is wrong or not; I encourage you to do research and studies here before you export" Chiwenga tells medical cannabis conference in Harare.

22/09/12, 08:00

Slow Pace of Morocco’s Cannabis Reform is Alienating Farmers and Abetting Criminals

Slow Pace of Morocco’s Cannabis Reform is Alienating Farmers and Abetting Criminals

A year after legalization laws were passed, Morocco’s regulatory authority is yet to be properly established and criminal networks are taking advantage of the situation to money launder cannabis cash.

22/09/08, 10:00

New Seychelles Kanabis Association to Lobby for Legalization on Indian Ocean Island

New Seychelles Kanabis Association to Lobby for Legalization on Indian Ocean Island

A new organization, the Seychelles Kanabis Association (SKA), was launched on African Traditional Medicines Day to push for legalization of medicinal and recreational use of cannabis in an environment where substance abuse is one of the Island’s biggest social challenges.

22/09/05, 07:00

AFRICAN BREAKING NEWS

Discover the latest African Cannabis Related News here. Leave a comment or share these Stories and get in on the LATEST CANNABIS AFRICAN NEWS.