Rebecca Malope

Rebecca Malope is an inspirational speaker that bring life and experience to her talks. Beyond the fact that Rebecca did not progress far in her education, she has endure many more challenges such a time in her childhood when she was confined to a wheelchair after an illness with doctors believing she wouldn’t walk again.

Financial hardship affected the whole family with her sister Cynthia even seeking work 400 km form their home.

Her talks inspire listener to look past their present situation and place their faith in God. She believes God was responsible for her path and transformation and conveys this in her powerful, emotional accords to the audience. She talks about a number of items including her change from a pop vocalists to predominantly Gospel singer. It was the gospel industry that took her to new heights and strengthened her faith and direction.

Filled with gratitude, she bring the audience to realise the power they have to change their lives and make an impact on the world as well.

Rebecca Malope

Rebecca’s music indeed reaches people from all walks of life and from all over the world.

  • Some of her performances include:
  • Nelson Mandela’s Presidential inauguration in 1994.
  • The National Symphony Orchestra performance in 1994.
  • Partaking within the Pretoria State Theatre in 1995.
  • Igniting the stage in Washington DC at a Gospel festival in 1997.
  • Abroad performances in countries like Israel, UK, America and many African countries.

Despite all of these tremendous heartaches and struggles,accomplishments and accolades. Rebecca refuses to forget her roots and her biggest mentor, her Lord and she’s always pushing herself forward within honoring her songwriting talent.

Since she joined SAMRO she has composed more than 70 songs!

She is an original gospel superstar who performs mostly new compositions and her unique style of singing has been imitated by many young artists and continues to be an inspiration to wannabe singers.

Some of her latest projects is her show on Sabc 2 , Gospel Time as well as taking up a role to judge at the South African version of “Clash of the Choirs” showcasing her musical expertise to advice unearth the country’s next big choral group.

Many look at her as their big sister that gives wisdom and words of encouragement to help fuel the ambitions of the next crop of gospel stars.