According to Densai (2011:24) agenda-setting consists of observation, collection, organisation and demonstration and it is about getting issues to the government. Policy agenda-setting alludes to both formal and casual strategies and methods for accessing and affecting approach forms. Agenda-setting in the simplest form compromises of various steps and of procedures that have to be followed. It is headed by problem identification and the capability to come up with strategies to fix those difficulties. In a more complex sense it is a thoughtful procedure of arranging and planning which characterises and organises policy issues and problems, activates support and lobbies people responsible for decision making to suitable action (Cloete & de Coning 2011:87).