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  1. Chief Masters Report To the Portfolio Committee March 2006

  2. SERVICE POINT STATISTICS

  3. Comparisons

  4. Comparisons

  5. Growth in the Guardian’s Fund

  6. Current Staffing

  7. Issues Requiring Attention

  8. Issues Requiring Attention • Physical Structure • Location of our Offices • Proper Accommodation • Appropriate Aesthetics • Organizational Structure • Right Sized establishments • Communication • Establishment of the Office of the Chief Master • Building Capacity • Remove uncertainty of temps - Master’s Academy

  9. Issues Requiring Attention • Service Point Management • Clustering • Focus on our Core Business • Support the vulnerable! • Compliance vs. People focus • Shared Services • Guardian’s Fund • Reform • Legislation – Curatorships, estates & rescues • Policies – focus on the vulnerable • Procedures & Directives • Benchmarks & Blueprints

  10. Issues Requiring Attention • Stakeholder Management • Civil Society, Traditional & Religious Leaders • Legal Profession • Legal Aid Board • Banks & Trust Companies • Social Welfare entities

  11. Weesheer • System had its origin in the early days of the Cape Colony,  when it was ruled by the DEIC. • An "Orphan  Chamber" was set up to look after the interests of widows and  orphans, and to see that they were not cheated of their  inheritance, and to protect the interests of creditors in  deceased or insolvent estates. • In 1827 the "Master of the Orphan Chamber" or "Orphan Master" (Dutch: Weesheer) became known as the  "Master of the Supreme Court, and more recently Master of the  High Court.