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[QUOTE]Originally posted by chiliandrillman: [QB] Right now there is a major program going on in the same region of South Africa for Cannabis cultivation and CAF's operations are right there. If you look below, you'll be able to connect the dots. Not saying this will happen for sure, but it's very possible. CAF Company Description: Canaf Group Inc. is a Canada-based company, which focuses on investing and developing in the markets of Africa. The Company owns a coal beneficiation facility in South Africa, Quantum Screening and Crushing (Pty) Ltd. (Quantum). Quantum, through its subsidiary, Southern Coal (Pty) Ltd., processes anthracite coal into de-volatized (calcined) anthracite for sale mostly to steel and ferromanganese manufacturers as a substitute product for coke. Quantum has an operation near Newcastle, KwaZulu Natal, where its kilns operate, de-volatizing the raw material anthracite, known as calcining. Quantum's feedstock anthracite is supplied by the neighboring Springlake Colliery. Quantum runs over two independent lines of production, which each consist of pre-heating stage feeding a main rotary kiln. The final stage of the process involves the oxidization of any excess volatiles in the after-burners/oxidizers, before emission to the atmosphere. Quantum has over two independent screening plants. So the Province the company is located in is "KwaZulu Natal", remember that. From CAF's last new release: Christopher Way, chief executive officer of Canaf, states: "It is my goal to ensure that Canaf, via its South African subsidiaries, expands and invests in South Africa and its neighbours. The agreement to sell 30 per cent of Southern Coal to Elkhat marks a significant and essential milestone in our B-BBEE transformation program; this program helps ensure sustainability and security for the corporation in South Africa, and subsequently only facilitates our long-term expansion goals in Southern Africa." From Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cannabis_in_South_Africa Cannabis grows well in South Africa's climate, especially in the "dagga belt", an area including the Eastern Cape and KwaZulu-Natal provinces where, per the 2011 International Narcotics Control Strategy Report, it is a traditional crop. According to GroundUp, cannabis is "an important cash crop" that "sustains entire communities in the rural Eastern Cape", which otherwise survive in a subsistence economy. Rural farmers are typically poor and produce low quality local product that is consumed domestically by the lower class, while middle class growers produce product for the rest of the national and international marijuana market. Most of the national product is consumed domestically or regionally, but increasing amounts are seized in Europe. Recent news article: https://www.iol.co.za/dailynews/dagga-set-to-grow-kzn-economy-11274908 KwaZulu-Natal emerging farmers are going to get the chance to cultivate a “miracle crop” that has the potential to transform the South African economy, while creating thousands of much-needed jobs. And the plant that will be grown in six rural areas of the province to help to bring prosperity to the region and the country is cannabis, also known as hemp or dagga [/QB][/QUOTE]
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