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Land grabs the old fashioned way: South Africa’s sad centennial

Blog | Published on 21-06-2013

Jan Vanheukelom

Awaking on Friday morning, June 20 1913 the South African native found himself, not actually a slave [...]


Regional Integration and the Girl from Goma (1)

Blog | Published on 28-11-2014

Bruce Byiers | Jan Vanheukelom

Building Bridges got off to an exciting start last week in tackling one key question for Africa s de [...]


Regional Integration (part 2) - Ubuntu in a Cui Bono World?

Blog | Published on 05-12-2014

Bruce Byiers | Jan Vanheukelom

The recent University of Cape Town Building Bridges workshop on regional integration raised the impo [...]


Modernising EU budget support or overloading the boat?

Blog | Published on 16-05-2012

Jan Vanheukelom

Dr. Nadia Molenaers co-authored this article.++ SERIES: ECDPM ANALYSIS OF NEW EU DEVELOPMENT POLICY [...]


The EU policy on budget support – What is new? And can it work?

Blog | Published on 21-10-2011

Jan Vanheukelom

++ SERIES: ECDPM ANALYSIS OF NEW EU DEVELOPMENT POLICY REFORM PROPOSALS ++ EU Development Commission [...]


International crimes during apartheid: Why Cyril Ramaphosa is still paying South African debt to foreign banks

Blog | Published on 14-05-2018

Jan Vanheukelom

The biggest mystery about apartheid has been solved. We now know how the apartheid regime in Pretori [...]


Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela (1918 – 2013): Condolences to a Nation

Blog | Published on 06-12-2013

Jan Vanheukelom

Trevor, where are my weights?" At 4 am, those must have been Mandela s first morning words as a free [...]


Transparency, economic governance and development: The Extractive Industry Development Forum

Blog | Published on 16-12-2011

Jan Vanheukelom

Transparency is hot. Never before in debates about development or economic governance has there been [...]