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Futhi Mtoba is a 2017 Harvard Advanced Leadership Initiative Fellow. She is the Deputy Chairman of the Public Investment Corporation ( PIC). Serves on a number of boards including Discovery Bank, South 32 Limited and the Nelson Mandela Foundation. She was a Partner and Chairman of Deloitte Southern Africa. She was the first woman chairman of the board of Deloitte South Africa. She was the first African black woman to be appointed a partner by one of the Big Four accounting firms. She serves on the Financial Services Advisory Board and the Money Laundering Advisory board. She is the first woman president of the Association for the Advancement of Accountants in Southern Africa and she is the past Presidents of Business Unity South Africa ( BUSA) and remains only women to serve in the role. She was a board member of the South African Institute of Chartered Accountants. She recognised with a number of awards including , "2004 Business Woman of the Year" by the Businesswomen Association and Nedbank, Africa Economy Builder Award- Most Outstanding Leadership Women of the Year Africa Economy Builder Award in 2018, and a D COM (Honorius causa) University of Limpopo, to name a few. A Co- founder of TEACH South Africa and is a Fellow of the second class of the Africa Leadership Initiative-South Africa and a member of the Aspen Global Leadership Network. A prospective member of the Council of Social Justice Champions, - Thuma Foundation.