Mr Tsholofelo Molobe is a civil servant with administrative experience spanning over 17 years. He started his public service career in the Ministry of Local Government and Rural Development as a planning officer. He progressed through the ranks to become Assistant District Commissioner in that Ministry with responsibilities entailing overall coordination and delivery of all government programmes including those under civil registration and national identification. In 2015, he was transferred to the Ministry of Nationality, Immigration and Gender Affairs as Chief Registration Administrator to oversee delivery of registration services which entails coordination of national registration of Births, Deaths, Marriages, Change of Name and Divorce. His main responsibilities include advising on civil registration policy and legislative improvement, project implementation and organising registration campaign initiatives to increase uptake of registration services. He also acts as a liaison officer for stakeholders or business partners such as United Nations Population Fund, United Nations Children’s Fund and World Health Organization and other government agencies fostering children’s rights issues.