DATE: SATURDAY, MAY 4, 2013
PLACE: CNR OF KEIZERGRACHT & CHAPEL ST,
(NEXT TO CAPE TECHNIKON), CAPE TOWN
On Saturday, May the 4th, a diverse group of South Africans who support the re-legalisation of the Cannabis plant will gather in Cape Town for the annual Global Cannabis March to celebrate global unity and support for the Cannabis plant’s re-integration into our society.
This is the only African event which coincides with 125 cities from 25 nations around the world.
There is growing awareness among global and South African citizens, that the drug war propaganda against the Cannabis plant and its consumers is not scientifically based; does not justify criminalisation; is at its roots racist; and promotes profits in many organised crime sectors within our own economy.
Marchers are seeking to claim equal rights to adult users of alcohol and tobacco who may freely produce, consume and trade these products
responsibly without fear of criminal prosecution.
Citizens will meet at the corner of Keizersgracht and Chapel Street, Cape Town, at 10am on May the 4th for a Festive Walk through the streets of Cape Town.
There have been global winds of change regarding Cannabis. Prohibition started here first. Let’s end it here!