Peace Hyde, an award winning Forbes Africa Magazine and Forbes Woman correspondent,is set to anchor the African subsidiary’s first global television flagship show titled ‘My Worst Day.’ The show will share some of the worst days in the lives of some of the most successful African global business leaders.
“You always hear about the success stories of Africa’s biggest mogul’s but this is the first time we find out the darkest days in business for some of the most successful industry leaders and how they overcame it,” said Hyde. “My Worst Day is a message to all young entrepreneurs that no matter what challenges you are facing in business today, if these captain of industries were able overcome some of the most remarkable challenges, then with the right focus and determination all young entrepreneurs can too,” added Hyde.
The show will air, in April 2016, on CNBC Africa on the DStv platform, and is in partnership with Zenith Bank, one of Nigeria’s largest banks.
Forbes Africa Magazine is the sixteenth local-language edition of the highly successful FORBES magazine – renowned for exploiting various matters, as well as its many lists based on the levels of global wealth and power, offering topics such as ‘The World’s Most Powerful People’, ‘Global High Performers’, and ‘The World’s Billionaires’.
Meet Peace Hyde in this 2015 interview with Pulse.ng
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