Totally agree, but localisation also poses some challenges due to the instability of supply chain and its verticals.. it's going to be a ride that needs adaptable solutions that will provide some agility as opposed to the reliance of imports in order put cost efficiency at the forefront to improve Market competitiveness for Africa
The substance is still heavily controlled or illegal in many European countries, including Finland, Italy, and Germany. You are expected to get a prescription and a license to use CBD in those places — whether the police will actually bother arresting you is another story. Several US states either ban the substance or let it sit in a legal limbo, with manufacturers and users not sure if what they're doing is legal or not.When you consider all that, the limitations placed on CBD in South Africa don't sound that draconian. I can understand the government wanting to start small before they give everyone a free pass to use as much CBD as they want.
What i don't understand is that why you suspend a person for not paying the annual fee but that person is not working,where will he/she get that money.So that money paid on the college goes to waste include the certificate but that's so unfair if i may say.