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More than 13000 people have said no to pornography on DStv in a campaign opposing the launch of a new channel, trade union Solidarity said yesterday.
Some public figures had added their voices to the internet and sms campaign, with votes against pornography, Solidarity said in a statement.
It launched its Helping Hand campaign after newspaper reports last week that MultiChoice, the owner of DStv, was considering introducing a pornography channel and was researching viewer interest.
MultiChoice spokesperson Jackie Rakitla said it had been inundated with requests by viewers for adult content on DStv.
"Though DStv is doing nothing wrong as the Bill of Rights entitles the media to offer viewers a choice, children's rights will be violated if the decision is made to offer pornographic channels," said Solidarity. - Sapa