Original story by Lucia Tedesco for El Planteo.

South African law enforcement agents will no longer arrest people for personal cultivation or possession of cannabis. The South African Police Services (SAPS) issued a new order seeking to clarify confusing legislation in the enactment of cannabis laws since the 2018 Constitutional Court (ConCourt) ruling, known as Prince 3, decriminalizing personal use.

See Also: Cannabis In Europe, Legalization Debate, Hong Kong Bust, South Africa's Growing Industry

The instruction states that there is currently no legislation …

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