The rekindling of the bromance between Jacob Zuma and EFF  leader Julius Malema is clearly tactical, but will it last — and what’s the likely impact on next month’s elections?

The relationship illustrates the catchphrases “the enemy of my enemy is my friend” and “there are no permanent friends or enemies in politics, only permanent interests”; it also underlines the scornful Malema sobriquet “flip-flopper in chief”. ..

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