According to the leader of the Khoisan group which has been camping there since last year, they did not take the need to source donations from tourists kindly.
He said he had been criticised by people, some of whom were Khoisan; but they did not understand the struggle he was involved in.
“We will camp here until President Cyril Ramaphosa heeds the demands of my people," he insisted.
“We only take donations because we need to eat and drink to survive. (But) this is not a fun place to live.