2 arrested with 19.2kg of dagga

2012-05-05 22:37

Johannesburg - Two men were arrested in Oudtshoorn for possession of 19.2kg of dagga, police said on Saturday.

Following a tip-off from members of the public police stopped and searched a bus enroute from Bloemfontein to Cape Town on Friday, said Captain Malcolm Pojie.

They found 19.2kg of dagga concealed in two suitcases. The two men, believed to be from Mossel Bay were then arrested.

"We believe that the dagga was destined for distribution in the Southern Cape," said Pojie.

The men will appear in the Oudtshoorn Magistrate's Court on Monday.

  • Francois R Nel - 2012-05-05 23:29

    Such a pitty the got caught.

      Olusunne - 2012-05-06 06:30

      Are they foreigner?

  • Ted - 2012-05-05 23:39

    Such a small amount? Thought it was in tones. We usually carry that around Soweto on bikes and in purpose-made satchels. News really? 20kgs is news? Aw?

  • Stewart - 2012-05-06 05:35

    What happened to other 800g

  • Nicky van der Vlies - 2012-05-06 06:00

    go on face book and go like the daggacouple there is a petition that you lot can sighn for the re legalisation of weed

      arne.verhoef - 2012-05-06 08:28

  • Craig Hopkins - 2012-05-06 07:52

    Time to legalize the stuff. I'm sure if parliament smoked it they would make better decisions

  • Zion - 2012-05-06 08:44

    At least another 19.2 Kg out of the market. Keep it up cops.

      arne.verhoef - 2012-05-06 08:50

      Haha, Zion still has apartheid mentality

      Msika - 2012-05-06 09:00

      @ZION\r\n\r\nThose cops denied poeple an opportunity to be “IRON like a LION in ZION“ hahaha!

      grant.hide - 2012-05-06 14:48

      No need to burn a person cause he has not seen the light. Awareness through the internet is exploding, Dagga oil reverses cancer bru. I love t*ts and would prefer a natural healing remedy from our back yards than some once off surgical removal.

      Zion - 2012-05-08 17:04

      As for the three below: alas alack you still remain in the dark ages stuck to some crappy conspiracy and don't realize fools are leading you by the snotter. carry on until one of your children end up dead.

      Zion - 2012-05-08 17:08

      Rather an apartheid mentality than a dead hero. Msika you really need to see somebody tyhat cab help you Hha ha ha ha ha ha ha twit.

  • Fred - 2012-05-06 08:58

    The police is wasting time and money with $^#$ like this. There are real criminals out there! Wake up and do you job.

      arne.verhoef - 2012-05-06 10:06

      *Our money

  • Thabo - 2012-05-06 10:15

    Just send them to china with their package.

      grant.hide - 2012-05-06 20:23

      "searched a bus enroute from Bloemfontein to Cape Town on Friday" The most fertile lands on earth are that side. What a waste, could have made a SuperCar body with that.

  • sachasea - 2012-05-06 14:33

      sachasea - 2012-05-06 14:39

      The above mini documentary entitled Dagga: The Truth! showcases the history of dagga in South Africa. The video was released yesterday to coincide with SA's largest ever dagga march through Cape Town. 400 people joined in to call for our inalienable human right to use dagga. It was a great success with many pedestrians shouting and waving and passing cars sounding their horns in support. South Africa is waking up to the facts. Freedom of choice as enshrined in our Constitution.

      sachasea - 2012-05-06 15:28

      Video of the first Cape Canna Festival Global Marijuana March in the Mother City courtesy of online magazine Below the Lion. The success of this march has illustrated that the South African cannabis community has a voice and they are no longer afraid to use it in the face of injustice. For pictures of the march check out

      Zion - 2012-05-08 17:06

      let them do something constructive instead of "marching" and making fools out of themselves. Crikey you bunch are doff must be the crap you smoke and a halfwit mentality.

      Buzz - 2012-05-10 12:53

      Haha Zion. Thet are doing something "constructive". They're standing up for their rights in trying to change a law that hurts both tokers and non tokers alike. Much more constructive than some apartheid relic spitting hate via his keyboard.

  • Roann - 2012-05-07 14:51

    what did they do wrong? how did their dagga have a negative impact on anybody? the law is outdated and it is time we demand change

  • Gareth - 2012-05-09 09:11

    LOL @ Zion

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