Rastafarians march for access to cannabis market

Rastafarians march for access to cannabis market

Cape Town– Around 300 Rastafarians marched through the Cape Town CBD over the exemption of native individuals from the cannabis market.

They were likewise dissatisfied about the absence of legislation relating to cannabis growing and land circulation.

The march, arranged by the Black Farmers Association of South Africa (BFASA), was signed up with by the Delft Chamber of Service, Rastafari United Front, Rastafari Marijuana Council Western Cape and 10 associated associations.

The march began at the Grand Parade on Thursday, then transferred to Parliament, the Western Cape Legislature and concluded at the Western Cape High Court.

Petitions were handed to agents from the Workplace of the President, the premier and the Judge President of the High Court.

BFASA president Dr Lennox Xolile Mtshagi stated among the needs made to the president was to withdraw all cannabis licenses provided to white-owned pharmaceutical business by the South African Health Care Products Regulatory Authority (Sahpra).

” The cannabis plant is a native plant that comes from the native individuals of this nation. It is unreasonable that Sahpra provides these licences to white business. We likewise require that all business that are offering cannabis oil items, such as Clicks, Dis-Chem and Canna Africa, need to eliminate all those items from their racks, due to the fact that …

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