Lessons on 'positive pushing' from Jozi's dagga dealers

02 August 2015 - 02:00 By Kulani Nkuna

Kulani Nkuna spent a day with some dagga dealers, who enlightened him on the art of positive pushing A coterie of herbal peddlers occupies the spot in a festival of puff-and-pass revelry. There are about half-a-dozen of them, all pushing the same product. The blunts are generous and are lit up at will, violating the dope dealer's cardinal rule: "Never get high on your own supply.

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