China to train SA's public servants on its 'unique governance models'

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Public Service and Administration Minister Senzo Mchunu
Public Service and Administration Minister Senzo Mchunu
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China and South Africa's political systems may be worlds apart, but the latter believes the east Asian nation has a public service with solid meritocracy and a unique governance system.

Therefore, the National School of Government (NSG) has agreed to allow Chinese government experts to train local public servants and expose them to China's governance models.

The NSG is not forking out any money on the project as the Chinese are bankrolling the training programmes.

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