You will remain blacklisted in South Africa as long as the debt is not paid, it stays there for as long as the debt is owed.

However once the debt is paid in full, then the company who blacklisted you on ITC needs to send a letter to them informing them the debt has been paid & to give permission to remove it.

For the quickest and safest way to remove your blacklisting status in South Africa, enter the debt review process with ezDebt and take your first steps to clearing your name.

What does it mean to be blacklisted in South Africa?

If you want to know what will happen to you should you become blacklisted or remain blacklisted, then check out our article – The Consequences Of Being Blacklisted In South Africa

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