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South African healers celebrate cannabis ruling | Money Talks

The South African government is projecting wider budget deficits and slower economic growth over the next few years. Finance Minister Tito Mboweni laid-out the less optimistic forecasts in a speech to parliament on Wednesday. Africa's most industrialised economy has been one of the biggest losers in the recent volatility in global markets, which has hampered the government's ability to boost growth. Meanwhile, traditional healers, who outnumber doctors, have been prescribing a certain treatment the state considered illegal. But thanks to a recent court ruling, this informal sector's getting an official high. Paolo Montecillo reports. #Cannabis #SouthAfrica

Canada legalises marijuana for recreational use | Money Talks

Canada legalises marijuana for recreational use | Money Talks

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Europe considers legalising medical marijuana | Money Talks

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Cannabis sector poised for major growth | Money Talks

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US economy adds 210,000 new jobs, below expectations | Money Talks

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UConn's Paige Bueckers becomes first NCAA student-athlete to sign with Gatorade | Money Talks

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Former South African president's home becomes boutique hotel | Money Talks

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