Commercial Cannabis Awards 2022

GHP Commercial Cannabis Awards 2022 Jacques tells us, “At the moment, we’re seeking to partner with farmers who are able to dedicate at least 50 hectares of land per person residing on the farm. They’ll use the land to cultivate cannabis, which is then transported to a central location for extraction and processing. We’re aiming to enrich the lives of all who partner with us. And, in the case of cannabis farms and processing centres, we’ll uplift and empower their entire communities by providing jobs, education, transport, and sustainable food infrastructure.” The company is already well-placed to expand and capitalise on partnership opportunities. Being publicly listed on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE), ROSAC is an attractive investment for those seeking an ethical, forward-thinking business venture. In fact, ROSAC was the first cannabis company to receive an International Securities Identification Number (ISIN) on the JSE. Committed to further research into potential cannabis applications, ROSAC partners with the University of the Free State. Jacques says, “Our in-house research and development team specialises in the medical benefits of cannabis compounds such as the cannabinoids THC and CBD as well as terpenes, flavonoids, and others. The therapeutic potential of these compounds is being studied both in isolation and synergistically with one another.” Looking to the future, ROSAC is also planning to sell high-quality seeds of their unique South African cultivars. Although one strain definitely won’t be for sale – Madiba’s Legacy. ROSAC has patented, trademarked, and copyrighted its highest quality strains as The 46664 Nelson Mandela Freedom Seeds, aka MadibaKush, a tribute to late President Nelson Mandela. Madiba is a title of respect for the former president derived from his Xhosa clan name. Jacques says, “This is our tribute to Madiba; may he live on in legacy and spirit forever more. Our Madiba strain will be a one-in50-million strain, almost as unique as the man himself.” These elite seed strains will not be on sale to the public and will only be grown in a designated area. One site that’s under consideration is Robben Island, host to the now inactive maximum security prison, and the site of Nelson Mandela’s incarceration for 18 of his 27 years of imprisonment. Undecided whether that is a fitting tribute to the hero or not, ROSAC has put the question to a public vote. As it continues to expand and evolve, ROSAC is open to further collaborative opportunities. To find out more about the ROSAC Cannamunity Empowerment cultivation model or for any further information, please visit the company website. Contact: Jacques Swart Company: RSA-Cannabis Web Address: