In fact, the initial six members said they were expecting more of their people to join the camp from today.
The group has not met President Cyril Ramaphosa as they had hoped when they arrived in the city in November from Port Elizabeth and Durban. It has been 115 days since their arrival.
Their leader Chief Khoisan SA said they would now try to raise awareness on their demands through social media to get the attention of South Africans.
Among their demands is to be recognised as the first nation of the country and their languages made official. They also want land, in addition to the scrapping of the Land Claims Act.