Zimbabwean Govt Approves Marijuana Investors
After receiving an influx of applications from more than 200 foreign and local investors, the government has approved 37 of them. Zimbabwe has become the second African country to legalize the growing of marijuana for medical and scientific purposes after Lesotho became the first in 2017.
Govt Approves 37 Marijuana Investors
The Herald, 23 February 2019
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