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The separate Playboy bouquet will form part of Star Sat's new bouquet which China's Star Times and On Digital Media (ODM) will launch together with a new high definition (HD) capable Star Sat decoder.

Cape Town – On Digital Media is relaunching Top TV as Star Sat with the pornographic bouquet of sex channels from December in time for the consumer festive season.

The struggling South African satellite pay-TV operator received permission from the South African broadcasting regulator to broadcast pornographic TV channels at the end of April 2013 and will now start showing those from December when the Top TV brand is dumped for the new name Star Sat.

Star Times, a Chinese conglomerate involved in digital television ventures across several African countries already, has already pumped more than R30m rand into ODM.

ODM will add a number of new TV channels like the newly renamed Nat Geo Gold to the new Star Sat overall bouquet.

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