Cannabis in Namibia is illegal for recreational and medical uses. Those caught with possession of an amount recognised as small enough for personal use, usually below 150 grams, would typically receive a large fine. Anyone caught in possession of amounts exceeding that are considered dealers and will receive a jail sentence reflecting that, if caught.Improve information
In 2015 it was announced that Australian mining firm Erin Resources had acquired rights to grow medical cannabis in Namibia.
The term dagga or dakha ("grass") is common for cannabis, with a cannabis cigarette termed a zol or joint.