Mthunzi Perry-Mason Mdwaba holds a Baccalaureus Artium (B.A.) degree and Baccalaureus Legum (LL.B.) degree from the University of the Witswatersrand (WITS). He is the founder, President and CEO of TZoro IBC that operates across 27 countries, dedicated to Computer Technical Training Solutions (the largest partner for Cisco and Microsoft). He has held the position of the Chairman of Employer Organisations, namely, the BITF (Black Information Technology Forum) and for two terms was President of the ITA (Information Technology Association), which consisted of all the major IT and Telecoms companies such as Cisco, SAP & Siemens. He was a board member of the Business Women’s Association in South Africa, Vice President for Professionals that comprised members of the professional organisations of Business Unity South Africa and Vice President of the Uni-sectoral Sector (which included Technology, hospitality, banking and mining). He currently holds many strategic positions within the global employer arena, including that of IOE Vice-President to the ILO, Vice Chairman of the ILO GB, ex-officio member of the Global Commission on the Future of Work, Employer Spokesman for the PFA (Program, Finance & Administration), member of the B20 Task Force on Employment & Education, Chairman of the CSR & Business and Human Rights Policy Working Group of the IOE. At present in South Africa he is the Chairman of Signum Alliance (Telecoms & Fibre Optic OSH Association). Mthunzi also holds the position of Chairman of the University of the Western Cape, as well as Chairman of Productivity SA (a creation of the Employment Services Act, reporting into the Minister of Labour).