The address sets the tone for the government’s work, which will aim to address the country’s challenges.
In an interview on Thursday, Survé said it would not be enough that the president only spoke about his vision for the country.
“It is important that he recognises that those custodians of transformation and empowerment need to be supported. South Africa cannot go back to the days where black people, in particular, are marginalised.
“And it’s important for the president to ensure that real transformation in the economy occurs, even if it means upsetting some of the very powerful institutions out there today. After all, what is liberation without real transformation? I am confident that the president will address these issues.”