ANALYSIS: Minority partnerships a 'test' for 2019

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Professor Amanda Gouws has reservations about minority party's partnerships in local government, particularly when it comes to the EFF. 

"We know how destructive the EFF has been on a national level," says Gouws looking to 2019 national elections.

She says the EFF's conduct in local government councils could well forecast the party's behaviour in national politics down the line.

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