[LISTEN] 'We must turn those illegal dagga businesses into legal businesses'

The Constitutional Court has found that the ban on the private use and cultivation of dagga is unconstitutional.

Cannabis Development Council of South Africa has welcomed the ruling saying they are now more energetic and passionate about changing mindsets, benefitting industry and impacting people's worlds through its many benefits.

Speaking to Azania Mosaka, Owner of House of Hemp and Executive Director of the CDCSA KZN Branch Thandeka Khunene shared her take on the ruling.

READ: ConCourt rules dagga legal for private use, but what is private?

We must turn those illegal businesses into legal businesses.

Thandeka Khunene, Owner of House of Hemp and Executive Director of the CDCSA KZN Branch

READ: ConCourt rules dagga legal for private use

What they need to urgently do is get involved with the Department of Health so that they formulate a very easy licensing situation for people to commercially grow hemp.

Thandeka Khunene, Owner of House of Hemp and Executive Director of the CDCSA KZN Branch

As the CDSA we say that everybody that wants to make money must register and pay tax. They must also reinvest in the community.

Thandeka Khunene, Owner of House of Hemp and Executive Director of the CDCSA KZN Branch

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