Across South Africa, offices of the master of the high court are buckling, and attorneys who must deal with them daily are at their wits’ end.

“There is a real issue of accessibility, with telephones hardly being answered, e-mails not being responded to and a general lack of accountability,” says a deceased estates administrator from Gqeberha, speaking to the FM on condition of anonymity...

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