Mr. Molise is a non-executive director of the Lesotho Communications Authority Board of Directors. He is a Lesotho national and a permanent resident of Sweden. He is fluent in English, Sesotho, also have some knowledge of Swedish. He is persuasive, initiative and innovative leader in various areas, situations and circumstances.

He has studied and graduated Labour Law, Conciliation and Arbitration, from the National University of Lesotho; Institutional training in International Trading Wade World, UK; Educational Management Law and Systems, Potchefstroom University, South Africa; Senior Staff Police Management, Lesotho Mounted Police Service; Hard Media Mass Communication, Asnuntuck College, USA; Third World Politics, University of Hartford, USA; and Communication for National Development, San Diego State University, USA, and Elementary Teacher Training, National Teacher Training College.

Apart from being a director in the LCA Board, he runs his own company and he is the Managing Director of Maqhubu World Trade, which is an import and export company registered in Lesotho and Sweden.  The company has several security components including surveillance, close protection, and escorts. It sells weapons and runs firearm competency programme.

In 19983/84 received a Mass Communication honorary degree, having completed a two year programme in one year. He participated in Asnuntuck Community College team that implemented cablecasting installation at Connecticut, USA, in 1984.

He has produced radio and television educational programmes between 1980 and 1988 for the Ministry of Education and Training in Lesotho. In the years, between 1988 and 1995, he directed and trained members of the Lesotho disciplined forces in the areas of radio and television broadcasting. From 1986 to 1997, he headed the Audio-visual trade testing of the Ministry of Education and Training, testing trade in radio and television broadcasting including filmmaking and photography. He has been pivotal and instrumental in the formation of TV Lesotho in 1992.  In 1994, he headed and oversaw the operations of Lesotho National Broadcasting Service. He is a board member Östersund sports club in Sweden and a member of the Swedish Red Cross.