A team of medical cannabis inspectors from the European Union has approved Uganda's medical marijuana products, paving the way for local growers to tap into the global legal marijuana market. At least 50 companies have applied through the Ministry of Health to join Industrial Globus Uganda Ltd in growing marijuana for medicinal use.
Africa's share of the global marijuana market - both legal and illicit - stands at around 11% and is valued at U.S.$ 37.7 billion. Leading the pack is ... see more »
Monitor, 20 June 2019
Israeli firm, Together Pharma Limited has reported that it made a cannabis harvest from Uganda on Tuesday, despite a government announcement that the said license had been halted. Read more »
Medical cannabis orders worth U.S.$160 million from at least 20,000 pharmacies in Canada and Germany have been confirmed. Read more »
The health ministry says it is stuck with 20 firms competing to secure government clearance to grow and export marijuana for medical purposes. The Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic ... Read more »