What is the Parental Code for Big Brother Africa?Articles
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As you might already know, Big Brother Africa is a reality tv show that is viewed on DSTV station across Africa and it is rated 18.
Now this means that it is suitable for mature viewing only and the only way to be able to view that channel on 198 is to set your dstv to make programmes rated 18 viewable. The default Parental code for your decoder is 1234 and if you have forgotten the code, you would need to meet your local dstv representative to reset it for you. Just go into the settings and enter the parental code. Big Brother Africa and other channels rated 18 should become visible on your tv in no time.
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