Salamina Mosese thanks SA for help in banning controversial game

Salamina Mosese thanks SA for help in banning controversial game

Actress Salamina Mosese shared her relief and gratitude at the banning of a very controversial game with Mzansi. The game, called 'Rape Day', promotes the abuse of women and children, but won't be played by South Africans.

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Salamina Mosese was very happy to learn that a controversial game promoting sexual abuse was banned in South Africa.

The online game promotes violence against women and children and was blocked thanks to a petition by Mzansi women.

Briefly.co.za gathered that the group 1 000 Women Trust campaigned to prevent the online game from being available in Mzansi.

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Salamina expressed her relief on social media.

"Thank you for your support in the petition against launch of computer game which allows players to rape and kill women and children."

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A report by TimesLIVE indicates that the game allows the players to rape and kill women and children.

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The player's avatar is a dangerous rapist, but fortunately, and thanks to the swift actions of the 1 000 Women Trust, no South Africans will see just how this disturbing game is played.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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