Dagga party

 
Dagga Party waiting to exhale on whether it will be on ballot
Dagga Party waiting to exhale on whether it will be on ballot
The Dagga Party of South Africa’s high hopes to contest the 2019 elections could go up in smoke.
Dagga Party credits grassroots support to get on ballot
Dagga Party credits grassroots support to get on ballot
The Dagga Party of South Africa is on a high after it says it has raised the R200 000 deposit needed to contest the national elections in May.
Dagga Party wants to #HotboxTheHouse as it aims to contest elections
Dagga Party wants to #HotboxTheHouse as it aims to contest elections
The Dagga Party of South Africa is hoping to "#HotBoxTheHouse" as it prepares to contest this year's elections and potentially have a say on...
[From our archives] Is SA ready to turn over a new leaf?
[From our archives] Is SA ready to turn over a new leaf?
When Jeremy Acton feels a cold coming on, he says he regularly stops it in its tracks. "I smoke a joint of dagga and, mostly, half an hour later,...
Dagga Party: Eight joints a day for Cape politician
Dagga Party: Eight joints a day for Cape politician
Like most politicians, Cape Town-based Jeremy Acton (49) is aiming for the top. But as leader of the Dagga Party of South Africa the self-confessed...

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