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If you have a British Passport then you are a British citizen. This means that you will have to renew the expired passport that you have.
You can do this in South Africa and I attach a link to the page by the British High Commission in South Africa (Pretoria):-
You will note it has the application form and notes on the page for you, together with contact detail for any questions you have.
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If you have evidence of the change of your name then this should also be submitted with the applicaiton. It may also assist your application to write a covering lettter explaining anything you consider is not covered in the form or otherwise provides further substantiation to what you have put in the form.
I'm afraid I don't know what the fee is from SA. You should contact them directly for that really.
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