The South African Communist Party (SACP) in Gauteng says it doesn't support Wednesday's mass action to the Union Buildings by opposition parties, adding that both the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) and Democratic Alliance (DA) are standing on the racist shoulders of the queen of colonialism.
The march to the Union Buildings will then begin at noon.
The parties said that the march has been granted permission by the authorities.
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Also speaking at the media briefing, EFF Leader, Julius Malema said that they would have preffered a situation where the motion would be by secret ballot.
"Whether it is one person that has been intimidated or a thousand that have been intimidated, that does not bode well for a democracy", said IFP national chairperson Mkhuleko Hlengwa.
His calls follow those of former President Kgalema Motlanthe and ANC stalwart Ben Turok who have urged MPs to vote with their conscience.
"To ensure law and order, and that the march is peaceful, we call on the organisers to ensure that they have enough marshals to assist us".
"Speaker should have used her discretion and provided for a secret ballot".
On Monday, Zuma said he had met Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba, the Governor of the South African Reserve Bank Lesetja Kganyago and Tom Moyane, the Commissioner of the South African Revenue Service, to discuss the impact of the credit rating downgrades and "how we should respond adequately".
"If the ANC still keep him - it's actually good for us [opposition] becuase they will lose in 2019". Two major protests happened in Port Elizabeth and East London - with smaller ones taking place in towns like Qeenstown, under the banner of the Save South Africa movement.