We welcome Beulah Kleinveldt – Minister, Author and Soprano
Mother to Matthew-Caleb and Garon-Reuben Kleinveldt and daughters, Meghan and Tanja they have brought into her life. Her littlelest prince is 1- Year-old Jacob. (Jakes as his late grandfather called him). Beulah’s life stories speak to victories and failures. She is a leader and artiste who has a history and a wealth of knowledge in international outreach, covering youth work and humanitarian missions, and ministry that span almost 40 years. It is a difficult task to package so rich a journey. She is an ordained field minister and a trained Youth For Christ music missionary; as well as a cross-over soprano who studied voice under the late Italian maestro Olga Magnoni – formerly head of Opera at University of Cape Town. As writer she is AKA Jambiya kai in many circles. Her literary skills have been developed through expert training and mentoring over many years. Coined as “the demi – goddess of word” by Mbizo Chirasha, internationally renowned word guru, author and mentor, also known as the Black Poet. Beulah is a cross-over soprano, speaker, published playwright/writer and mentor whose works mirror our victories and failures. Her writings and original songs are awash online through E-zine publications like The Tuck Magazine and Miombo Publishing, You Tube and Reverbnation. And in print through the Daydreamers Journal, Best New African Poets 2019 and Better Together Government Magazine.Beulah Kleinveldt “holds the trophy” as the 2018 winner of the London based Good News Publishers “All round UK Poetry competion”. A facilitator and certified assessor who has written and developed holistically creative programs and curriculae for the Western Cape Government’s MOD after school arts program. As coach, playwright and producer she’s headed crews and management teams; trained coaches and artists, conceptualised and written countless psychosocial theatre productions and stories for the Western Cape Department of Cultural Affairs and Sport – aimed at exposing social ills and promoting a voice of hope for youth and broken families. She is an easy eloquent communicator and well versed in cross cultural and socio-spiritual engagement.
Beulah Kleinveldt’s research ability, and training has taken her into unchartered waters and seen her coming forth with glowing insight into the challenges that face South African communities and has motivated a solution focused approach.