Malawi legalises cannabis for medicine and industrial fibres
But the country's parliament stops short of decriminalising recreational use of cannabis
Blantyre — Malawi has become the latest country in southern African to relax laws against growing and selling cannabis, making it legal for use in the production of medicines and hemp fibres used in industry.
Malawi’s parliament passed a bill on Thursday that makes it legal to cultivate and process cannabis for those two uses, but stops short of decriminalising recreational use. Agriculture minister Kondwani Nankhumwa tabled the bill...