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Futhi Mtoba is chairman of Deloitte Southern Africa. She joined the firm in 1988 and rose through the ranks to become the first black female partner, and subsequently chairman, at Deloitte Southern Africa.
She is also the past president of the Association for the Advancement of Black Accountants of Southern Africa, a body dedicated to nurturing emerging black accountants. She serves as chairman of Council at the University of Pretoria, as a Board member on the Allan Gray Orbis Foundation and the United Nations Global Compact, and as chairman and a trustee of WDB Trust.
In June 2009, she was appointed by Business Unity South Africa (BUSA) as chairman of the National Anti-Corruption Forum, and in May 2010, she was appointed president of BUSA.
She has received awards including the 2004 Businesswoman of the Year (presented by Nedbank and Businesswomen’s Association), the 2005 OWIT (Organisation of Women in International Trade – USA), International Woman of the Year, and the Tuksalumni Laureate Award 2008.