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They are a credit bureau registered in terms of the National Credit Act. They are supposed to have a procedure that you can utilize to challenge the listing. I suggest that you contact them and find out what their procedure is. If they don't have one or refuse to tell you, you can approach the National Credit Regulator or the National Consumer Commission to assist you in challenging the listing. You can find their details on the website of the National Credit Regulator at www.ncr.org.za.
Failing that, you can approach a High Court for an order, ordering them to remove the listing from the bureau. In that event, provided you have followed all of the steps above without success, you will be able to hold them liable for your legal costs as well.
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