While the court judgement to decriminalise the private use of cannabis was a victory for lobbyists of the plant, it appears that it might have also opened doors for legitimate concern.
Just recently, a Pretoria-based trucking company dismissed 300 of its employees for testing positive for using cannabis.
And yesterday human rights groups, elders, traditionalists and clinical experts, gathered in a community indaba to discuss what the legalisation and decriminalisation of dagga actually means for South Africans.
To discuss this further, we’re now joined by David Letsoalo, acting head of the Institute for Dispute Resolution in Africa
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