After the midnight cabinet reshuffle by President Zuma, the country has not been easy for him to run. President Zuma fired Pravin Gordhan and his Deputy Mr Jonas without giving any tangible reason.
Since then, there have been calls for him to resign. People have taken advantage by using important days in the country to protest against the President.
Once again, leaders of opposition parties will lead a march on Monday calling for President Jacob Zuma to step down.
Monday is the same day the Constitutional Court is hearing an application for a secret ballot in Parliament for a vote of no confidence in Zuma.
This means the president is in serious trouble because there are too many calls for him to resign.
A lot of people took to the streets to march against the president on his 75th birthday, worker’s day and freedom day celebration.
Political analysts suggest that this potential march could pasuade Concourt to accept the demands of UDM for a secret ballot vote of no confidence on the president.
The march will start at 8am from Mary-Fitzgerald Square in the Johannesburg city centre and end at the Constitutional Court.