The Democratic Alliance will march on the African National Congress's headquarters in Johannesburg next week, DA leader Helen Zille said.
Zille said that the DA had met with Johannesburg metro police police to finalise the date and that it will go ahead on February 12.
The march on Luthuli House is intended to highlight the country's need for jobs.
The ANC has accused the DA of being provocative and urged the DA to call off the march, reminding the opposition party of the violence that broke out the last time the DA marched in Johannesburg.
Two years ago, the DA had marched on trade union federation Cosatu's offices and were stoned by some Cosatu members. Riot police had to intervene in the incident.
The ANC said that it did not want to be put in the same situation.
"We have stated all along that we will march legally and peacefully," the DA's Zille said.
"We trust that the JMPD will prevent the ANC from disrupting the DA's march next week.
"To our knowledge, no permission has been granted to the ANC to hold such a gathering."