Cannabis businesses are stifled by the industry’s legal uncertainties.

Rick Proctor

Legal uncertainties have stymied the growth of the cannabis industry in South Africa, after an initial frenzy of interest and activity following the decriminalisation of the substance under certain conditions in 2018.

This is according to Rozayne Malyo, the co-founder of the Cannabis Development Council of South Africa who also heads up Think Green Consulting, a cannabis consulting organisation.

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 Legal uncertainties have stymied the growth of the cannabis industry in South Africa, after an initial frenzy of interest and activity following the decriminalisation of the substance under certain conditions in 2018.  Read More  

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