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It seems we must follow. The outlook however looks good.
Dispesaries in Los Angeles are finding Durban Poison, DP to us locals, the weed of choice for making RSO or Rick Simpson Oil as this strain offers the best results yet in the fight agaist all cancers to start with. And good old Swazi Gold is right up there as well.
The tourism industry, when it arrives is going to bring boom times, along with we should’ve done this years ago. Decriminilize all drugs, as has been done in a few countries already with promising results. This is the only way to stop the current trafficking disease we’re having foisted on us by criminal elements.
However we do it it must be done.
When, is the essence. :)-

The Amsterdam Hash and Hemp museum looks fascinating. It is our personal goal to have a permanent exhibition in SA depicting the Southern African history of the plant.
Our http://www.daggacouple.co.za website has an an extensive history timeline of Southern African cannabis prohibition. Maybe we could fill in a few gaps for the museum about the evolution of the cannabis trade in Southern Africa?
Thank you once again for publishing this article.
Regards
Jules & Myrtle.
The Dagga Couple
Johannesburg

With best wishes,

Cannabis in Albania – Laws, Use, and History

The government issued a statement stating that: “Cultivation of medicinal cannabis will be aimed at ensuring the supply of a standardised, quality-assured product for medical, scientific and clinical research purposes.” They also highlighted that “the cannabis produced, as well as any resulting products, will remain subject to stringent security and quality control measures.”

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It’s thought that the Arab, Indian and Portuguese traders first brought cannabis to East Africa – some time from the 900s to the 1400s. It spread southwards into South Africa, largely because of the indigenous tribespeople living there at the time, especially Bantu tribes like the Swahili.

Im defenetly attending this. And I personally think 3 million is an understatement more like 8 from my experiences.

“While the proposed amendments contained in the Bill are clear,” says Sanet Vos, “employers across all industries will require clarity on how they may still lawfully enforce their existing policies around drug abuse.”

She says technology is able to assist in the form of a customised monitoring service that is able to alert businesses in different industries about the impact that these changes in legislation will have on their specific industry. “An early-warning service that would notify the business of any policy and legislation impacted by changes to a single piece of proposed and commenced legislation. Clients are informed when they should comment on certain changes in legislation as well as when these changes took place. This would help businesses stay current with the latest legislation as well as the potential impacts of not being compliant with the law.”

In addition, adults may have an unlimited number of seeds and seedlings at home and four flowering plants, if they live alone, or eight plants if there are two or more adults in the household. An adult may, for personal use, possess 100g of dry Cannabis or one flowering plant in a public space. This means they may have it in their vehicle, on their person or in a handbag, explains Sanet Vos.

In September 2018, the Constitutional Court ruling legalized the personal use and cultivation of Cannabis and gave the South African government 24 months to amend the country’s Cannabis and drug laws.

The draft legislation also permits an adult to provide another adult – at no cost – with 100g of dried Cannabis or 30 seeds for their personal consumption. It’s still illegal to sell dried Cannabis, Cannabis plants or Cannabis seeds.

“Employers may have to reconsider how, in the workplace, they deal with the effects of personal Cannabis use. Most employers have policies in place around drug and alcohol use in the workplace. The legalization of personal Cannabis consumption may require amendments to these policies that are in line with other legislation, such as the Employment Equity Act or even the Occupational Health and Safety Act, for instance. You can see how quickly changes to one piece of legislation can impact other laws down the line.”

The bill still has to face parliamentary consideration and a public consultation process before being signed into law.