It expires after 10 years. In other words, within 10 years, you will automatically be regarded as rehabilitated. That is also when the listing on the credit bureau will automatically be removed.
You can rehabilitate within the 10 year period and that is dealt with sections 124 up to about section 129 of the Insolvency Act. (a copy of the act can be found here
So, in the absence of a court order that declares you rehabilitated, you are not yet rehabilitated and the listing at ITC is, for all intents and purposes, accurate and indisputable.
You therefore have the following options:
1. Approach an attorney to assist you in applying for rehabiliation if you qualify (I do not have enough information to say whether you do, but it seems as if you might qualify). It is going to be a High Court application and since you are going to have to lodge certain advertisements etc it is probably going to take two or three months.
2. Wait until February 2014, when you will be automatically rehabilitated.
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