Bruce Botha and another Knysna resident (who wishes to be unnamed) both successfully applied for a stay of prosecution at the Cape High Court this week. Both were raided at home and arrested (at different times) for cannabis plants growing in their gardens. They cannot be prosecuted until after the Constitutional Court rules on cannabis usage. This is expected to take place in 2016. The Facebook pages of the Dagga Party and Fields of Green for All, a non-profit organization, both announced the good news on May 23 2015: “Knysna, the precedent has been set. Two more Stays in Prosecution … ‘Click here to read full article…’
Pardon the swearing. Like most websites, i occasionally get some interesting or sexually suggestive search strings landing up on some of my websites. Such online, very human nature (for we are beauties and flaws), i normally take with a pinch of salt BUT, today, a search string appalled me because i fear it’s the Garden Route we’re becoming: “Girls wants to be fuck for tik in Oudtshoorn.” That someone thought that as a possible successful search for sex is damn maddening.'Click here to read full article...'
You can download this as an MP3 (on PC, right-click, Save) Or go here to get the whole Truth Talks #1 CD Tik is one of the most dangerous drugs in the world and nowhere more concentrated than on the Cape Flats in the Western Province of South Africa where in 1 in every 10 children have tried it. It’s reached my little home town of Knysna, 450km up the Eastern coast, eating at our slogan, “The Beautiful Town”, and scaring me shitless. I’m forced to refer to outside resources as the reason for me blogging is because of the … ‘Click here to read full article…’