'I sell marijuana to send my child to school'
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Growing medical marijuana in Lesotho without a licence

Growing marijuana for medical purposes is now legal in Lesotho, but only big businesses can afford the $10,000 licence.

Small-scale producers, like Mampho Thulo, say they're being forced to sell illegally.

She says she has no choice but to grow and sell marijuana to the South African black market, in order to pay her child's school fees.

  • 27 Nov 2018
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