Africa's first medical cannabis dispensary opens in Durban

The new dispensary is a ray of hope for many who suffer from undiagnosed pain.

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    Africa's first medical cannabis dispensary has opened in South Africa.

    Recreational cannabis use is still illegal in the country.

    But staff at the clinic hope to challenge the stigma associated with cannabis and promote its healing properties.

    Al Jazeera's Malcolm Webb reports from Durban.


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