JSE listed Labat enters cannabis market

Labat is getting high on cannabis. The firm is one of the first JSE-listed companies to enter the cannabis market with its purchase of a 70 per cent stake in the Zarenka Group, and its acquisition of Knuckle Genetics. CNBC Africa is joined by former rugby boss and player Brian van Rooyen, who is the CEO of Labat Africa.

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