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Africa Executive Committee

Learn more about the Deloitte Africa Executive Committee team operating over Audit & Assurance, Consulting, Corporate Finance, Risk Advisory and Tax & Legal.

Lwazi Bam

Africa Chief Executive Officer 
CA (SA), Advanced Management Programme (Harvard University)

I am a champion of the Deloitte Africa story and purpose-driven leadership, and am proud of the role our firm is playing in leading the profession continent-wide. Every day, our talented people from across the globe serve our clients and communities with integrity and distinction.

I believe in making an enduring, positive impact. I believe in making an impact that matters.

Lwazi joined Deloitte in 1994 and was appointed to the partnership in 2003. He was appointed Chief Executive of Deloitte Southern Africa on 1 June 2012 and Chief Executive of Deloitte Africa on 1 June 2013. He is also a member of the Deloitte Global Executive Committee. Prior to this, he served on the Deloitte Global Board and on its Risk and Strategy Review Committees. Over his more than 20 year tenure with the firm, Lwazi served in a number of roles including being a member of the Deloitte Southern Africa Board of Partners and Directors, holding executive responsibility for the firm’s strategy and the Corporate Finance (now Financial Advisory) business, and was the Head of Mergers and Acquisitions Advisory.

His work has covered many industry sectors including transportation, financial services, fuel and fleet management, technology, media and services.

Lwazi is the Past President of the Association for the Advancement of Accountants in Southern Africa (ABASA). He is the current Chairman of the South African Institute of Chartered Accounts (SAICA), as well as Chairman of the African Children’s Feeding Scheme (ACFS).

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Lwazi Bam

Sihlalo Jordan

Africa Deputy Chief Executive Officer, and Chief Strategy Officer
CA (SA), BCom Honours (UCT), Banking Law Diploma (RAU)

I stand for excellence in everything we do!

My goal is to drive distinctive client service and outstanding people development, together with meaningful and purposeful impact.

Sihlalo Jordan joined Deloitte on 2002 and was appointed to the partnership in 2007. He became the Financial Services Team (FIST) Business Unit Leader in July 2012, which is a multi-disciplinary team of over 350 professionals focusing on audit, advisory and actuarial services in South Africa and the rest of Africa.

He focuses on audit and advisory services for banking institutions in South Africa and the rest of the continent, particularly on universal banking and development financial institutions. In 2010 Sihlalo served on the Deloitte Global Advisory Council, a group of approximately 30 partners from the firm’s top 20 countries advising the Global Executive Committee on the firm’s strategic direction towards the year 2020.

Sihlalo is a member of the South African Institute of Chartered Accountants (SAICA), the Association of Corporate Treasurers South Africa (ACTSA), the Association of Black Securities and Investment Professionals (ABSIP), and the Association for the Advancement of Black Accountants in Southern Africa (ABASA).

Sihlalo was appointed the Deputy Chief Executive Officer for Deloitte Africa on 1 June 2016.

He took over executive responsibility for Clients & Industries effective 1 January 2018.

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Sihlalo Jordan

Mike Jarvis

Africa Chief Operating Officer

I stand for excellence and for exceeding the benchmark.

My goals are to achieve standard systems and processes across our African practice, which support our client service teams in delivering seamless quality services, and to build a world-class finance team.

Mike Jarvis joined Deloitte in 1987 and was admitted to the partnership in 1996. He spent two years (from 1989 to 1991) in the USA as part of the firm’s global exchange programme. In 1999, he was appointed Leader of the Deloitte Multicultural Development Programme for a two-year period. In this role, he was responsible for the strategic implementation of the firm’s transformation process. He also served as a member of the Southern Africa Board of Partners and Directors from June 2003 to August 2008.

Mike was later appointed as Head of Johannesburg Audit in March 2007, a position he held until August 2013. During this period, he also held the role of Audit Southern Africa Chief Operating Officer. Over and above his operational responsibilities, he was the Lead Client Service Partner on a number of listed entities in the Manufacturing, Mining and Tourism sectors. He was appointed the Chief Financial Officer of Deloitte Southern Africa on 1 June 2014 and the Africa Chief Financial Officer on 1 June 2015. Mike was appointed the Chief Operating Officer for Central, East and West Africa on 1 June 2016, and he serves in his ex officio capacity on the Southern Africa Board and Africa Board of Partners and Directors.

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Mike Jarvis

Andrew Mackie

Africa Managing Partner: Audit & Assurance


The Audit Practice in our pan African firm, spans 15 countries, and has 187 partners.  Andrew represents the African firm on the Deloitte Global Audit & Assurance Leadership Team, which determines the global strategic direction of the Audit  practice. Andrew has served as the Lead Audit Partner on some of the largest and most significant clients of the South African firm. These include Imperial Holdings, Nampak, Murray & Roberts, South African Airways and Sappi Southern Africa.

Historically, Andrew served as the firms Transformation Leader, Audit Group Leader, Audit Leader of the firm’s Global Aviation industry group, Manufacturing Industry Leader and more recently as the Clients & Industries Leader for Africa Audit.

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Andrew Mackie

Thiru Pillay

Africa Consulting Managing Director
BSc (Eng.) Mech, CPFA (Wits University)

Thiru Pillay joined Deloitte in 1997 and was appointed to the partnership in 2001.

Thiru has fulfilled many internal and client roles during his tenure as a Director at Deloitte. He has been a member of the Consulting Leadership Committee since 2006 and has also served as a member of the Southern Africa Board of Partners and Directors. He chaired the Strategy & Sustainability Committee of the Board from 2008 to 2011.

He led the Strategy & Innovation service area of Consulting for many years and was appointed Deputy Managing Partner of Consulting in September 2011. He took on the role of Managing Partner of Consulting in July 2012.

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Thiru Pillay

Karin Hodson

Africa Managing Partner for Financial Advisory

I believe in providing the best service to our clients by drawing on our African talent pool and driving integration and collaboration across our countries and service lines to provide seamless client delivery and world-class solutions.

I remain committed to my family and our Deloitte family and maintaining a healthy work life balance to make an impact that matters.

Karin Hodson was appointed the Africa Managing Partner for Financial Advisory effective 1 June 2018. 

Karin joined Deloitte in 2007 to head up the Transaction Services division in Corporate Finance. She has over 17 years of experience in a wide variety of industries and also headed up multidisciplinary international and local engagements for both corporate and private equity clients. 

Her key clients include Bidvest, Telkom, Liquid Telecom, Vodacom, Long4Life, Prudential, Investec and Sanlam. Karin also served on the Global Advisory Council of the Firm.

Navin Sing

Africa Risk Advisory Managing Director
B Acc (Wits), CA (SA), Post Graduate Diploma in Banking Law (UJ)

Navin Sing joined Deloitte in the KwaZulu-Natal (KZN) office as a direct-entry Partner in March 2006. He was responsible for Forensic Services in KZN and the Eastern Cape, before being appointed the leader of Risk Advisory for the Eastern Seaboard, and a member of the KZN Manco. In these roles, he was involved with and supported the growth of Deloitte and in particular the RA business in the Eastern Seaboard. Some of his clients in KZN included Grindrod, Spar, Bell Equipment, Toyota, Mondi, Provincial Treasury and eThekwini. Navin was subsequently appointed the Regional RA Leader and a member of the national RA Manco.

Navin was awarded a CEO Special Recognition for two consecutive years - a testament to his commitment to growing our firm, leadership and eminence-building activities in the market. He was appointed to the role of RA Chief Operating Officer in 2013 and he quickly became a key contributor to the newly formed RA Leadco. He has since worked very closely with the RA Leadership team in building the RA business into a forward-looking, client-focused and innovative business both internally and in the market. Navin also sits on the firm’s Clients & Industries Leadco, Remuneration Committee and SAICAs Disciplinary Committee.

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Navin Sing

Delia Ndlovu

Africa Tax & Legal Managing Partner

I believe in a values based style of leadership and I am committed to embracing our firm’s values of integrity, strength from diversity, commitment to one another and providing outstanding quality to our clients. I make a difference that matters to our talent by creating an environment where our talent thrives.

Delia Ndlovu was appointed the Africa Managing Partner for Tax & Legal effective 1 June 2018. 

Delia was appointed a Director in Tax in June 2004 and a few years later became the Head of Global Employer Services (GES). In June 2008, Delia earned the distinguished role of serving on the Young Partners Advisory Council where she played a role in advising the then Global DTTL CEO. 

Delia has more than 20 years of experience, which has been primarily focused on providing employment and individual tax solutions to expatriates and executives of multinational companies in various industries. 

She has occupied numerous leadership roles over her tenure including serving as the leader of the Deloitte South Africa GES team from June 2008 – August 2010. In June 2009, she was appointed to lead the Public Sector initiative for the South African Tax practice. 

In 2010 she relocated to the UK and joined the Deloitte UK practice where she served as the leader of the GES team’s Africa initiative for Deloitte UK from September 2010 – December 2012. She gained valuable experience in providing innovative solutions aimed at assisting multinationals with the entire spectrum of mobility programmes powered by the GA suite of technology tools and serviced a number of Deloitte UK clients.

In January 2013, Delia returned home to South Africa to take up the role of head of the Advisory team and represented the Tax business on the Africa Operations Committee.

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Delia Ndlovu

Joe Eshun

Chief Executive Officer, East Africa
MBA – University of Cape Town, BSc Business Administration (Accounting) – University of Ghana

Joe Eshun became Deloitte East Africa’s Deputy CEO on 1 June 2016. He is also the East Africa practice’s Clients & Industries Leader, and Chief Strategy Officer.

As Deputy CEO, Joe is working with CEO Sammy Onyango to grow the East Africa practice and to fully operationalise the Africa integration.

He joined Deloitte in Tanzania in 2001 and became a Consulting Partner of the firm in 2006. Joe has developed innovative products designed to respond to the international lending agencies and governments need for efficiency, accountability and transparency. He has served several clients in the public sector, financial services and the energy and resources sector.

He is passionate about developing the capacity of young people in Africa and has been leading the training of more than 60 senior managers in Africa over the last 10 years.

Sammy Onyango

Fatai Folarin

Chief Executive Officer, Nigeria and West Africa Regional Leader
FCA – Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria (ICAN) and the Chartered Institute of Taxation, Nigeria (CITN)

Fatai is the CEO of Deloitte Nigeria and the Regional Leader of Deloitte West Africa. He was previously the Tax Leader of the West Africa practice where he served several of the practice’s most prominent clients. Fatai also completed his tenure as a member of the Deloitte Global Advisory Committee in June 2016.

He joined Deloitte in 2010 as a direct-entry partner. Since then he has managed various international and national engagements involving technology, media and telecommunication companies, oil and gas companies and companies in the consumer business industry.

Fatai has almost three decades of tax advisory experience and has built a broad range of expertise that cuts across all the key sectors of the economy. He has an extensive history of leadership, coupled with experience advising multinational clients looking to establish themselves in the West Africa market.

He has been recognised for his outstanding performance as a partner and leader, with a CEO Special Recognition Award for the powerful role he has played in building the Deloitte brand and in growing our business.

Fatai Folarin

Murray Dicks

Africa Risk, Independence and Legal Leader 

Bachelor of Business Science (B.Bus.Sci) (UCT), Bachelor of Laws (LLB) (UCT), Advanced Certificate in Alternative Dispute Resolution (University of Pretoria)

I’m committed to making an impact by working hard to reduce and minimise the Firm’s legal risk.

Murray Dicks was appointed the Reputation & Risk Leader (RRL) of the Africa Firm effective 1 June 2017. He is also the Legal Counsel of the Deloitte Africa firm. Murray has practiced as a corporate and employment law attorney for 23 years. He has very good legal experience in the following areas of legal practice: High Court litigation, Commercial and transaction legal advice and agreements, Share incentive schemes, Public sector legal consulting, Employment law, employee benefits law and labour relations. He has advised in a number of complex commercial transactions, and has drafted or reviewed many commercial agreements. He has on a number of occasions project managed and/or otherwise assisted clients with privatisation, corporatisation, restructuring, performance management, retrenchment and/or outsourcing processes. 

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Justine Mazzocco

Africa Talent & Transformation Managing Partner

Building a distinctive and leading-edge talent brand and experience, which includes world class learning, and embracing diversity and empowerment of women leaders in the firm are all very important to me.

My goal is to make a tangible difference in the diversity and transformation of our great firm by playing my part in ensuring we achieve our 51% black ownership target and at least 40% female-ownership by 2020.

Justine Mazzocco joined Deloitte in 1985 and was admitted to the partnership in 1998. She previously led the national Internal Audit business within Risk Advisory for seven years. She has been the Africa Executive for Talent & Transformation since 2011. Prior to her executive role, Justine was a member of the Deloitte Southern Africa Board of Partners and Directors for five years.

She is also a past chairman of the Institute of Internal Auditors in South Africa and currently sits on the Board of the IIA. She is also a member of the Global IIA Board of Research Foundation and a member of the King IV Committee for Corporate Governance in South Africa.

She serves a diverse client base in both the public and private sectors. Some of her clients, both past and present, include: Johnnic Group, South African Breweries, South African National Parks, University of Johannesburg, National Treasury, Financial Services Board and Transkei Sun International Limited.

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