Hennie's Twitter Feed

  •  @LesothoJohn   @JacanaMedia  Thanks  @LesothoJohn , we are working on it. Hopefully information about international publication soon. 2 days ago
  •  @evelyngroenink  Thanks, they were a useful starting point. Look forward to you reading the book. 4 days ago
  • RT  @CALS_ZA : People’s Tribunal on Economic Crime in SA created https://t.co/OXKLBmdn84 via  @IOL  4 days ago
  • RT  @r2kcampaign : Call for submissions to People's Tribunal on Economic Crime, focusing on arms trade from apartheid to now: https://t.co/jm… 4 days ago
  • We need voters to elect MP's. Not party presidents who select MP's. This is a recipe for corruption and big-man pol… https://t.co/TIFUtnBwUN 4 days ago

Hennie van Vuuren

Research Associate, Institute for Justice and Reconciliation


Hennie works on issues of secrecy, access to information and corruption. He is a Research Associate at the Institute for Justice and Reconciliation in South Africa, focusing on accountability for economic crimes during political transitions (particularly apartheid-era economic crime). He is a past fellow of the Open Society Foundation for South Africa and has worked as Director of the Institute for Security Studies in Cape Town and for Transparency International in Berlin. Hennie is active in the South African Right2Know campaign and, together with Paul Holden, co-authored The Devil in the Detail: How the arms deal changed everything.