Top 8 #dagga memes we found after it was legalised


Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo has upheld earlier high court judgment.

The Constitutional Court will on Tuesday be handing down judgment on the question of whether or not to decriminalise cannabis use.

The Constitutional Court has handed down its judgement on the private use of marijuana, as reported by eNCA.

The judgement did not say how much cannabis one may have at home for private use.

South Africa's government's had opposed its legalisation, arguing the drug was "harmful" to people's the health. It will remain illegal to sell dagga in any form, and public use will remain prohibited as well.

However, leader of the Dagga Party, Gareth Prince says they will be challenging that High Court ruling that the cannabis laws as they now stand violate equality laws.

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Parliament will have to determine what quantity of cannabis may be used for private consumption or cultivation.

"It's not enough, we also have privacy in person, as we walk in a public space, therefore we should be allowed to carry cannabis in public", said Jeremy Acton, leader of the Dagga Party in South Africa which advocates for the rights of cannabis users.

Marijuana plants are displayed for sale at Canna Pi medical marijuana dispensary in Seattle, Washington, November 27, 2012.

"We are looking forward to telling the police to leave us alone now", said Clarke on the decriminalisation of private use.

We are disinclined to even delve into a discussion to compare the levels of harm alcohol and dagga can bring to our bodies and society.

The beverage company made the confirmation while responding to a report from BNN Bloomberg that said it was in talks with Canada's Aurora Cannabis develop drinks infused with cannabidiol (CBD), the non-psychoactive chemical found in marijuana. In Portugal, for example, possession and use is largely decriminalised, while users in Saudi Arabia face the death penalty. The views expressed therein are not necessarily those of, its sponsors or advertisers.