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Zimbabwe Considers Legalizing Cannabis Production
Author: Jon Hiltz 10/07/2017 - 21:34:00

The continent of Africa is a complicated and intricate tapestry when it comes to cannabis reform. 

In some African countries, like Zambia for instance, cannabis is highly illegal and many people go to prison for it. In South Africa, marijuana for medical purposes has leaped forward, and even personal use has made some headway. 

Now, it looks like Zimbabwe is considering legalizing the cultivation and use of medical marijuana. 

An application has been made to the Government of Zimbabwe, by an as-yet unnamed Canadian company, to cultivate marijuana for medical purposes. 

Zimbabwe’s Macro-Economic Planning and Investment Promotion Minister, Dr. Obert Mpofu, stated at an annual general meeting on June 28th of the National Chamber of Commerce, that a Canadian conglomerate is looking to partner with the government to produce medical cannabis.

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