Peer review reports have already been made on Ghana, Kenya and Rwanda. Mbeki welcomed the draft country review report in July, noting it was positive and acknowledged South Africa's strides in transformation.
It identified 18 South African practices worth emulating, including co-operative governance, the Batho Pele initiative, multi-purpose community centres, the highly consultative budget formulation process and South African Revenue Services achievements.
However, on democracy and political governance it suggested actions to deal with, among other things, racism, sexism marginalisation, crime, poor access to information, and corruption.
On economic governance and management, it contained actions to deal with inadequate public consultation, education and feedback in policy making; underdeveloped capacity and skills; blockages to service delivery; insufficient economic integration within the Southern African
Development Community; and unemployment.
There were also findings on corporate governance and socio-economic development. There were not expected to be any changes in the final report.
Fraser-Moleketi said Mbeki would issue a statement after receiving the report on Wednesday, following which he would make it available to the public.