By Thami Kwazi
Lifestyle Print Editor
4 minute read
23 Jun 2020
9:00 am

Finally, a higher education for cannabis-based products

By Thami Kwazi

Cheeba Africa launches the first Cannabis Academy, steering South Africa’s emerging cannabis economy in the right direction.

Cannabis education and student marijuana use at school or learning about weed or the social issue of getting high in college and drugs on campus with 3D illustration elements.

  Production of cannabis-based products could be very lucrative for the local market. In a quote taken from strategic consultancy firm Prohibition Partners which released  their 5th annual European Cannabis report , predictions for  the  African cannabis market to be estimated at just  over than $US 7.1 billion annually by 2023. Domestically this could be at just over R27 billion. Making a highly lucrative business to invest in while it’s still in developing state in South Africa. Theoretically, the introduction of cannabis education could assist in creating many jobs for South Africans who opt to go into the industry as...