Gauteng premier David Makhura has announced that the provincial government will be venturing into the cannabis industry
Gauteng premier David Makhura has announced that the provincial government will be venturing into the cannabis industry.Makhura tabled this at his state of the province address (Sopa) on Tuesday morning, where he stated that the industrialisation of cannabis targeting healthcare and skincare could be lucrative for the province. For Makhura the industrialisation of cannabis as a new industry has great potential and will create jobs. “Our first and foremost economic goal is to grow the economy in order to massively increase the number of new jobs, while sustaining existing jobs in Gauteng. Our number one goal is to create jobs.” “There is a huge sector in our economy ... any country that forgets about it will be left behind; that is the cannabis industry,” said Makhura Makhura’s announcement followed President Cyril Ramaphosa’s state of the nation address’ (Sona) speech, in which he endorsed regulating the commercial use of hemp products and the formulation of a policy that supports the use of cannabis. “We in Gauteng will focus on industrialisation and agro-processing of the cannabis industry, and unlocking the cannabis industry, especially for use for medicinal purposes and many broader areas, such as health care, including skincare. I don’t want to be part of those who want to use it for other things,” said Makhura. READ: Eastern Cape government approves setting up of a cannabis college It is envisaged that this will create 100 000 jobs in the next five years and facilitate the development of 50 black industries. “In the next five years, the Gauteng provincial government will spend R60 billion on building and maintaining infrastructure, and this will contribute to the creation of an additional 100 000 jobs and facilitate the development of 50 black industrialists. “This will enable unemployed young women to venture into self-employment in the townships. “We will upscale our Welfare-to-Work programme to enable 100 000 unemployed young women, who currently depend on state grants, to graduate to self-employment in the township economy,” Makhura said. Get in touch Read more: City Press
He must never leave the unemployed youth behind by imprisoning them when they are found planting cannibas in their back yard David_Makhura is so underwhelming! Governments are announcing breakthroughs in science and technologies, and Makhura could only announce an imaginary cannabis industry? E-toll 🤦♀️Governments should not venture into business. Their job is to provide services like infrastructure, health, safety and education.
Money is about to be made and guess who might lose out on a lucrative farming opportunity?
Medicinal and skincare benefits of cannabis in David Makhura's sights“We in Gauteng will focus on industrialisation and agro-processing of the cannabis industry, and unlocking the cannabis industry, especially for use for medicinal purposes and many broader areas, such as health care, including skincare.” Africa should look into this industry.
Gauteng to invest in dagga to grow economyGauteng premier David Makhura has identified the cannabis industry as one of the key sectors that the provincial government will invest in to grow its economy. Cannabis. The answer for every politician who has no actual answers. 😂😂😂 Finally! Talk about being late to the party. And then only because the ConCourt gave you (government) a big push!
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Scrap e-tolls, buy in electricity: DA wish list for Gauteng's David MakhuraEconomic stimuli including deregulation and securing of additional sources of energy to mitigate the impact of load-shedding are on the DA's wish list for Tuesday's state of the province address (Sopa) by Gauteng premier David Makhura. Newdawn - DA alliance, this will be implimented in line with the DA wish.