"Stuart Baxter and his technical team will complete their technical report and overall report on the team‚ its preparation and the experience here at the Afcon‚" the Safa president said.
"And that will be filtered to the technical committee‚ who will discuss and make the assessment and give us the report on how they see the next two years‚ into to 2022 and the Qatar World Cup‚ and the preparation to the 2021 Nations Cup in Cameroon."
Jordaan was asked if he had had a conversation with Baxter yet‚ and if he had a sense of whether the coach wanted to continue.
"Well‚ we obviously did not have that conversation. I think overall he is satisfied with the achievement of the team‚" Jordaan said.
"Is he happy? I don't know whether he's happy. But I think he is satisfied.
"When I spoke to him just before the Nigeria game he was positive about a result against Nigeria‚ and saying that if we could win that game probably we would make it to the final and probably win it.
"So he was extremely positive around the ability of the team. And also around how the team played. He was very happy.
"But we have to take the discussion beyond that‚ of what actually happened here.
"And we will do that when I get back to South Africa."
South Africa scraped through the group stage as the fourth-best third-placed finishers.
They shocked hosts Egypt 1-0 in the last-16‚ then lost against Nigeria.