Okay, it's all in the news and not much more to say about it; Stand on your head, but Zuma is not going to shut Malema up. Malema, as ANCYL leader, represents a huge demographic voting bloc (a stupid and compliant cow) so why would he come down harshly on Ju-Ju?
More to the point, he fears having to discipline Malema.
Zuma knows which side his bread is buttered on, and with the rumblings in the news of a plot to oust him, there is a strong whiff of mutiny in the air.
Zuma is not actually a canny politician. He is bumbling, inept, unsophisticated in the extreme and incoherent most of the time. His only good point seems to be a warmth and charisma that he can turn on at will, but it seems that his radiation only has receptivity in the electromagnetic receptor dishes of the illiterate and uneducated. But they are quickly growing disillusioned.
Which he knows very well.
And I think it may also be dawning on him that he has been used by those closely connected to him to ascend to populist power, whilst they are already scouting around for the next puppet to raise up on a pedestal in order to continue the endemic looting and raping of this ravaged land, which used to be South Africa.
Coupled with the disastrous world wide publicity surrounding his sex life, numerous wives, mistresses and children which has even caused deep disillusionment within the very NEC he appointed, he finds no succor, neither within the hallowed halls of establishment, nor his own backyard.
So he is caught between a rock and a hard place. Small wonder that he has turned to his Mini-Me for support. His Mini-Me has made reciprocating noises and declared mutual undying loyalty. But Mini-Me has his own agenda of course, and this is the real danger for the immediate future of Azania; The power politics in this black jungle, with it's shifting quick-sand pits, booby traps and sling nets is all short term. Here today, gone tomorrow.
By all means, get an insurance policy, but read the small print very, very carefully. Keep your back to wall and remember, it's a jungle out there!