Beverly Angel is a Zimbabwean businesswoman, author and the wife to the founder of Spirit Embassy, Uebert Angel. She is also a 'prophetess' within the same church as well as a director of the various companies that she and Uebert Angel own.
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July 4, 1982
|Years active||2005 to present|
|Organization||Spirit Embassy Ministries|
|Known for||Engaging in charitable works|
Beverly Angel was born Beverly Madzudzo on July 4, 1982. She is married to Uebert Angel and the couple has three children.
She has a degree in Finance from the University of Salford.
Prophetess Angel as she is popularly known in religious circles, is a prominent speaker, teacher and television host. Together with Uebert Angel they founded Spirit Embassy Ministries and the organisation has grown immensely with branches in countries such as the United Kingdom, United States of America, South Africa and the Carribean Islands. She is also the founder of [Flair], a women's organisation that seeks to empower women to develop in the love God. Beverly is the CEO of an organisation called H.O.M.E. which among other services offers care to the elderly, building schools and providing educational funding to underprivileged children.
Beverly and husband Uebert have various companies most of which are registered in the United Kingdom. Beverly Angel is the director of Spirit Embassy Ltd as well as other companies such as:
- Lion Crest Limited
- Miracle TV Ltd
- Levi House Ltd
- Spirit Embassy Ltd
- Coffee Islands (PVT) Ltd
- Black Stallion Limited
- Miracle Time TV Limited
- Enjoy Life Now
In 2016 Uebert Angel bought his wife a $400 000 Lamborghini for valentines.
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- Brenda Phiri Urban groover Trevor Dongo mesmerises prophetess, The Herald, Published: July 8, 2014, Retrieved: July 28, 2015
- Uebert Angel, Church Metro Zimbabwe, Published: October 15, 2012, Retrieved: July 28, 2015
- Beverly Angel, The Flair, Published: No date given, Retrieved: July 28, 2015
- Uebert Angel, Endole UK, Published: No date given, Retrieved: July 28, 2015