Showers early. Morning clouds. Mild.
Pharmaceutical retailers Dis-Chem and Clicks have rolled out CBD oil onto shelves.
Expect subtle hints of hemp on the nose, with a tingling mouth for about 30 minutes after.
In what you might call a joint statement, Tokyo 2020 organisers noted the need to warn countries with cannabis laws that weed isn't allowed in Japan.
Google's updated rules are a blow to popular apps Weedmaps and Eaze, which have one million and 50,000 downloads respectively.
There was a surprising array of businesses cashing in on the cannabis trend.
Multinational giant AB InBev and Tilray have announced a partnership focused on making non-alcoholic dagga beverages – in a research project worth R1.4 billion.
SA’s trademark laws prohibit the registration of names widely regarded as offensive or products with substances that cannot be traded – like dagga.
The stereotype of a dagga smoker is that they are lazy and can't be bothered to do anything, including sex, but cannabis may not work that way.
This week's announcement that the private consumption and growth of dagga is now legal in South Africa has met with lots of celebration. While the sale of weed still has criminal implications, many have been making a living from it for years.
It doesn't even seem to harm lung capacity, and may even improve it.
While the private use of marijuana is now legal in South Africa, vets are warning that the drug poses a serious risk to dogs if they ingest it.
Col’Cacchio have teamed up with CBD oil maker africanpure, to bring South African its first ever dagga pizza.
Following a new South African law allowing private growth and consumption of cannabis, growers in neighbouring Eswatini, who depended on South Africa's demand, may face economic ruin.
Minor internet coverage will require launching 420 satellites, according to Musk. "That *might* not be my lucky number," Musk joked.
We can sum up the year in the cannabis sector with three 'L' words: legalisation, legitimisation and listings.
The South African Federation of Trade Unions says it is considering organising workers in the cannabis sector, following the Constitutional Court judgment decriminalising the private use of marijuana.
Gareth Prince takes us on his legal fight journey against the criminalisation of cannabis.
Cannabis seems to be giving these companies' growth the green light.
The Constitutional Court ruling on cannabis notwithstanding, there are still many ways to get arrested for growing your own.
South Africa is the third country in Africa to legalise cannabis.
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