This doesn’t add a lot to what we knew of Elliotsmithia (Broom 1937), but it does provide a canine tooth, and an upturned mandible tip. The question is: is this also Elliotsmithia? Or something else?
The type Elliotsmithia had giant serrated teeth and a forward leaning squamosal. Even so, this is a very close match in most respects.
Elliotsmithia nests at the base of the Synapsida in the large reptile tree. As such it represents the most primitive appearance of the lateral temporal fenestra, but not the earliest. Living among therapsids in the Middle Permian, it was a relic taxon, like the living Sphenodon.
Broom R 1937. A further contribution to our knowledge of the fossil reptiles of the Karroo. Proceedings of the Zoological Society, Series B 1937:299-318.
Modesto S, Sidor CA, Rubidge BS and Welman J. 2001. A second varanopseid skull from the Upper Permian of South Africa: implications for Late Permian ‘pelycosaur’ evolution. Lethaia 34: 249-259.