She is a co-founder member of TEACH South Africa. TEACH South Africa is a national programme that seeks to improve the quality of education and learner outcomes, through effective teaching in the classroom.
Ms Mtoba joined Deloitte and Touche South Africa in 1988, specialising in financial services. She became one of the first African Black women to be appointed as a Partner by one of the Big Four accounting firms and was later appointed the first African woman Deputy Chairman and then Chairman of Deloitte Southern Africa.
Ms Mtoba has been a member of the IMF Advisory Group of Sub-Saharan Africa (AGSSA), the World Economic Forum Global Advisory Council, the B20 Financing Growth and Infrastructure Task Force and the B20 Transparency Task Team. She was also the first woman president of the Association for the Advancement of Black Accountants of Southern Africa.
Additionally, she is the past Chair of Council of the University of Pretoria, she has served as first and remains only women President of Business Unity South Africa “BUSA” , and board member of the Public Accountants and Auditors Board, the South African Institute of Chartered Accountants, the New Partnership for Africa’s Development Business Foundation and African Union Foundation.
Ms Mtoba is engaged in the regional and global community. She former board member of the United Nations Global Compact first board.