The Haze Club ‘Uber for weed’ launches in SA
The Haze Club will grow your weed for you and then deliver it to you when it’s ready to consume.
With the landmark Constitutional Court ruling in 2018 declaring that private and personal cultivation and use of cannabis is protected under the constitution, many citizens are looking for ways to cash in on the cannabis crop.
The only thing is, selling weed is still illegal, but luckily there are ‘grey areas.’ (Or shall I say green areas J)
Haze Club is a Cape Town-based business which operates a cannabis facility set up to ‘offer busy professionals the ability to grow the highest quality cannabis, legally and without time or effort’.
The Club professionally mages the growing process on behalf of its members, overseeing the plant throughout its germination, drying and curing phases, delivering the end products to member’s doors.
Dubbed ‘Uber for weed,’ membership to the Club costs R949 per month, with delivery taking between 12 and 14 weeks depending on the strain.
The no deal, deal
The club does not sell cannabis, plants or seeds- it simply leases out a spot in its grow facilities and ‘tends to its members gardens.’
Haze Club is advised by Schindler’s Attorney’s (the law firm that assisted in winning the Constitutional Court ruling) to make sure they fully comply with the law.
“The club simply assists members in exercising their constitutional right to grow cannabis in their own private space. The club also limits each member to a maximum of two plants. The amount of cannabis is small enough that there can be no doubt that it is for personal consumption.”
“As the law currently stands, (the club) can only grow that which is yours,” it said. “We do not supply seeds or clones,” Haze Club said.
At the moment SA is in unchartered territories regarding cannabis business, with the ultimate legal framework being a mystery.
But for now, The Haze Club is operating within the confines of current South African cannabis laws, so ‘Uber for weed’ to your heart’s content.