Three suspects have been arrested for cultivating dagga in the Western Cape. Provincial police spokesperson Capt Frederick van Wyk said two suspects were arrested in Strand and another one in Somerset west on Wednesday. They appeared in court on charges of dealing in and cultivation of dagga on Friday. Van[…]
A man was arrested when a bakkie loaded with dagga valued at about R500,000 crashed near George in the Western Cape after the driver leapt from the moving vehicle, abandoning his alleged accomplice this weekend, the Directorate for Priority Crime Investigation (DPCI), commonly known as the Hawks, said on Sunday.[…]
The highest court in the land lived up to its name on Tuesday and upheld a Western Cape High Court decision that it is legal to be in possession of dagga in your private capacity. The State’s arguments on the limitation of the use of dagga went up in smoke[…]
By Melanie Sauer While some dagga supporters welcome the High Court’s ruling to legalize the private use of cannabis, professionals in the industry believe that it could have significant implications for young people. On Friday, the Western Cape High Court declared it an infringement to ban the use of dagga[…]
The four-year-old toddler allegedly forced to smoke dagga by an older brother has been found, the Western Cape social development department said on Wednesday. “The DSD [Department of Social Development] ministry was yesterday [Tuesday] made aware of a 17-year-old teenager who had posted pictures on social media of him allegedly[…]
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