About Her

Keitumetse Molea known as KEITU is a South African R&B/Soul, Afro/soul singer and musical theatre performer who believes in the infinite power of music to unite us all.

 She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Drama from The University of Pretoria. She has went on to star in multiple productions over the years, Disney’s The Lion King Musical in Shanghai (China) and West End London (United Kingdom) remain a few highlights. She covers the roles of Nala and Rafiki. 

But that’s not where the journey began, singing harmonies from the tender age of 6; Her mother says that music has always been apart of her, like a fabric threaded within her very soul. 

She was a contestant and regional winner of Little Miss Cadbury Competition at the age of 9. She was also a part of The Yamaha Talent search at age 11. Music has carried her through all her life, In Primary and High School she was always involved in the arts, it is how she found her voice and relinquished her power as a young woman.

 In 2015 She completed and obtained a Bachelor of Arts in Drama at the University of Pretoria. During this time she performed in multiple productions such as Benjamin Walt Musical and The XFactor South Africa. At University, she was a member of The UP Ovuwa cultural ensemble which toured USA where she performed and singer in Boston and Connecticut. She was also a cast member of Asinamali the play at The Masker Theatre directed by Naledi Chirwa (2015). 

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Finding a way through

KEITU is also a live events and special occasion performer, has performed at Sanlam women’s day celebrations. Her recent performance was at a private gala dinner for The High Commission of South Africa at Trafalga Square (London).  The Forth Awards 2020 in Edinbrugh, Scotland performance is a prominent highlight.  

KEITU believes in the power of music to heal. It is a language which is understood through the heart, the language of emotion, the language that can connect nations and bridge the gap of hate. 

Charity Work

KEITU believes that we are blessed to bless others, she contributes to Boitumelo Children’s Home in Soshanguve (Pretoria), which is a charitable organization that provides a home for abused and homeless children. She and her family visit the home once every month to prepare a feast for all the children and donate necessities 
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