President Jacob Zuma will pay a one-day working visit to Zimbabwe on Friday to receive reports on progress made in a power-sharing agreement between the country's rival political parties, the Presidency said.
"The President will receive reports from all parties on progress made since the Southern African Development Community (SADC) troika summit held in Namibia recently, with a view to taking the process forward," the Presidency said.
Zuma would visit Harare in his capacity as the SADC facilitator on the implementation of the "global political agreement" between Zanu-PF and the Movement for Democratic Change.
His visit comes a day after Zimbabwe's Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai asked the High Court to revoke President Robert Mugabe's appointment of provincial governors.
Foreign news agencies reported that Tsvangirai wanted to be consulted before any appointments were made.
Tsvangirai formed a government with Mugabe last year after a violent presidential election.