Blazing trails to legalise dagga

South Africa
Cape Town, May 4 – Dagga campaigners want government to take the economic benefits of the marijuana plant more seriously. About a thousand demonstrators marched through Cape Town calling for cannabis to be unbanned. eNCA

Scores of protesters took to the streets of Cape Town on Saturday, to demand dagga be legalised.

The cannabis march aimed to raise awareness of the benefits of dagga.

Marchers also want government to recognise the potential legalising the drug would have for the economy.

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-eNCA

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