Mr Pascal Paul Moloi

Mr Pascal Paul Moloi
Pascal Moloi has a bachelor’s degree, with Majors in Industrial Sociology and Political Science from the University of the Witwatersrand.

Following the first local government election in 1995, Pascal was appointed the CEO of the Northern Metropolitan sub-structure (1996-1998). Thereafter, he was appointed as the Transformation Manager for the Greater Johannesburg Metropolitan Council. He formed part of a 4-person team tasked with the responsibility of determining and implementing a turnaround plan for the City of Johannesburg (iGoli 2002). The programme included a financial turnaround, establishing new institutional and service delivery forms, and the creation of a new unicity for the Johannesburg Metropolitan. In 2001, Pascal became the first City Manager of the newly formed unicity, called the City of Johannesburg. In this role, Pascal was responsible for developing Leadership, Governance, Management and Operational templates that would serve as guidelines for how a Metro should be run.

Upon completion of his five-year term at the City, Pascal was approached by a leading public sector management consulting firm called Resolve and joined resolve as the Managing Director of the Group. Over the next four years (2006-2012) Pascal was responsible for significant growth in the Resolve Group and was responsible for a range of Programs and Projects that impacted the public sector in South Africa and the SADC region.

The Resolve Group was acquired by Ernst and Young and following this transaction, Pascal chose to open his own firm in order to charter an independent direction. This led to the creation of MPM consulting where Pascal was the Managing Director. During this tenure as MD, Pascal was nominated to serve on the National Planning Commission charged with the responsibility of crafting a long-term vision for the country and creating the National Development Plan. During this time he also completed a number of project as the MD of MPM, which included the development of turnaround plans for a number of municipalities in South Africa including Mbombela, Emfuleni, Merafong and Ekurhuleni. The design and development of delivery models and macro organisational structures for the Mangaung, Buffalo City, OR Tambo District, Lekwa Local Municipality and the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan Municipalities and a Vaal 21 Vision. The Vaal 21 vision was a district development approach to municipal governance, infrastructure development and economic development covering the two districts and municipalities north and south of the river with a partnership with all the major private sector companies such as Sasol and Communities. In 2015, Pascal was appointed the CEO of the Housing Development Agency (HDA). In line with his leadership roles in local government along with management consulting experience, Pascal was responsible for the repositioning of the Agency to become Government’s preferred human settlement developer of choice.

Following the completion of his role at the HDA in 2020, Pascal has returned to consulting.