South Africa's Constitutional Court has found that the cultivation and possession of marijuana for personal use is no longer a criminal offence.
Parliament to Consider New Dagga Bill After Court Ruling
News24Wire, 18 September 2018
Parliament is considering introducing a new bill after dagga for private use was legalised on Tuesday. Read more »
Top: Constitutional Court. Bottom-left: Marijuana leaves. Bottom-right: Marijuana farming community in Pondoland in the Eastern Cape.
High Praise From the Rastafarian Community After Concourt's Dagga Ruling
"Today Ras Prince conquered Goliath." Read more »
ConCourt Rules That Personal Use of Dagga Is Not a Criminal Offence
The Constitutional Court has ruled that the personal use of dagga is not a criminal offence. Read more »
Constitutional Court to Give Much-Awaited Ruling On the Legality of Dagga
South Africans are expected to finally have clarity on the legality of the private use of dagga when the Constitutional Court delivers its judgment on the issue on Tuesday. Read more »
Julian Stobbs and Myrtle Clarke's return to the Pretoria High Court will see the continuation of their bid to have current legislation against marijuana declared unlawful. A ... Read more »
The Dagga Party has filed an application to the Western Cape High Court to have the prohibition of cannabis declared unconstitutional due to its basis on "unscientific propaganda" ... Read more »
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Marijuana farming sustains entire communities in the rural Eastern Cape, an important cash crop in a deeply impoverished subsistence economy. For more than 60 years the state has conducted regular ... see more »
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