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Mnce­disi Gama Gaut­eng

At last they did the right thing. Herbs can heal the na­tion; le­galise it and I will ad­ver­tise it.

Sipho Kot­sokoane Gaut­eng

I am truly ec­static that the high court has come to the con­clu­sion of mak­ing cannabis le­gal for us herb smok­ers.

Mar­i­juana will never be a bad thing. It’s peo­ple who don’t smoke it who crit­i­cise it be­cause they don’t un­der­stand it.

Give it a chance. Maybe the herb will give you a bet­ter per­spec­tive. I am a Rasta­far­ian and I am thank­ful that all the protest­ing that we have done ac­tu­ally made a dif­fer­ence and for that I say, hail Jah Rasta­fari.

Ras CK KwaZulu-Natal

The rul­ing is wel­comed. It was long over­due. We are still hop­ing for a to­tal de­crim­i­nal­i­sa­tion of the herb. Rasta­fari lives.

Matjit­lane Cor­riee Lim­popo

Hands up for the court rul­ing. Or­di­nary peo­ple and tra­di­tional doc­tors as well as herbal­ists will now be free to grow and cure dis­eases that our an­ces­tors have cured. Dagga is not to­bacco, but a herb.

TS Matube North West

Yes, I am very happy about the court’s rul­ing to le­galise it. I am go­ing to cul­ti­vate it in my own yard for pri­vate use.

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