Traditional cannabis growers in South Africa’s rural Eastern Cape, the same ones assured of inclusion by President Cyril Ramaphosa, are objecting to proposed laws aimed at regulating the use and possession of the plant. Business Insider reports that the Umzimvubu Farmers Support Network, which represents traditional cannabis growers in the Eastern Cape’s Greater Umzimvubu District, argues that the Cannabis for Private Purposes Bill, in its current form, would “criminalise the amaMpondo cannabis farmers” and threaten their livelihoods instead of them benefiting from new frameworks. The group also said that its submissions had not been considered when drafting the latest version of the Bill.