It could be a tricky one, because that fuse supplies at least seven circuits (depending on counting),
the dash and the glovebox lights only two of them.
Other related lights to this fuse:
- Cigar lighter's background light
- Ashtray light
- Clock backlight
- Heating/ventillation panel's background lights
- Number plate lights
- Front and tail left + right side lights
also connected to the "lights on" warning signal
You can try to disconnect the mentioned circuits, then check for short curcuit
at one terminal (which is not powered) of the burnt fuse and ground.
If the short circuit persists then it's probably an insulation failure.
Otherwise reconnect the circuits one-by-one and repeat the short circuit test.
Without a multimeter it will cost a lot of fuses to find the shorted section.
The "loose" grey(ish) wires are related to the (factory) front right speaker.
The wires at the top of the fuse panel (near the 25A fuse) are related to the fusebox / footwell lighting.
I hope this might help.
P.S.: An RHD 33 on Malta?