State Councilor Ma Kai on Friday met with L. N. Sisulu, head of South Africa's Ministry of Public Service and Administration.
Ma said the Chinese government has always regarded anti-corruption work as a fundamental issue that concerns the ruling party's survival and the country's long-term stability.
He introduced China's efforts to build a system to punish and prevent corruption, regulate and supervise the execution of power, and root out corruption.
As the Chinese Ministry of Supervision and the Ministry of Public Service and Administration in South Africa assume the same responsibility of cracking down on corruption, the two departments should work more closely, learn from each other and promote anti-graft work, the Chinese state councilor said.
Sisulu, leading an 11-member delegation on a five-day visit to China, spoke highly of the Chinese government's anti-corruption work.