Nkikia Moshesh is currently employed as legal counsel at Anglo American, advising in mergers and acquisitions and focusing on certain of the strategic disposal initiatives currently underway at Anglo. At the time of joining ALI, Nkikia was a partner at the law firm Webber Wentzel, where she specialized in mergers and acquisitions. She has advised an a number of transactions involving foreign direct investments into South Africa, as well as investment by South African companies, with a particular focus on investments in and out of Francophone countries. Whilst at Webber Wentzel, Nkikia was also a lecturer at the Black Lawyers’ Association corporate lawyer training initiative. She read law at the University of Cape Town and received an LLM from the University of Leiden in the Netherlands, where she was the recipient of a Mandela Fund Scholarship. She is a governor of the Heritage Foundation of St. Andrew’s School for Girls. She is a Fellow of the fifth class of the Africa Leadership Initiative-South Africa and a member of the Aspen Global Leadership Network.