New start-up magazine raising funds to take pot to print.
The magazine has been going viral on social media in the last couple of days. The start-up project has managed to raise about R2000 of R80 000 in crowd funding, from 5 sponsors, in only two days .
The campaign offers rewards for every donation. Some of the perks on offer are various sized advertisements, in the publication, while others offer a copy of the magazine or a 12-month subscription.
Earlier the magazine posted job opportunities on their Facebook page, offering up to a R1000 for a single featured article. Referring to themselves as “daggafarian job-creators”
The magazine does not stop there. Dagga Magazine plans on funding dagga legalisation.
“Dagga Magazine pledge to donate R1 or more per copy sold, monthly, towards a trust to provide financial aid in legal support for all those who are being prosecuted under unjust dagga law. ” their Facebook post read.
“The future of Dagga Magazine depends on every single daggafarian in South Africa. Act, Claim Your Culture” – Editor, Dagga Magazine
This one’s for the history books. The first dagga culture magazine in South Africa. Can you believe it?