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Peace Hyde inks six figure Forbes Africa TV deal

Money, Power and a whole lot of glitz and glamour that is what TV viewers would be treated to on the African continent as Forbes Africa TV’s My Worst Day has a new host in Peace Hyde.

The multiple award-winning African Broadcaster has rapidly become a dominating force across the continent’s ever growing media industry, as Peace Hyde now interviews Africa’s leading global business moguls, change makers, innovators, entertainers, philanthropists and billionaires who have risen above the status quo to the height of success, following the signing of an eye-watering six figure syndication deal firmly making her West Africa’s most bankable media personality.

For the past 6 months, the show has taken Nigeria, South Africa as well as 14 other countries in Sub-Saharran Africa by storm securing the position of the highest rated business entertainment show reaching over 90 million homes across the continent.


Peace Hyde finds out the Worst Days of guests like the former governor of the central bank of Nigeria and his Royal Highness Emir Sanussi Lamido Sanussi.

Also, she would talk Africa’s richest man with an estimated net worth of $15 billion, Aliko Dangote, Africa’s richest woman Folorunsho Alakija with an estimated net worth of $1.82 billion, South African billionaire and new mayor of Johannesburg Herman Mashaba and many more of Africa’s ultra high net worth individuals.

As a writer for the Forbes Africa magazine, Peace Hyde has covered several high-profile cover stories and social issues and was instrumental in brokering the deal that brought the new Forbes flagship show to Ghana airing on EIB Networks, GH One TV who have an exclusivity deal with the show.

Hyde is currently the Forbes Africa correspondent, an offshoot of the renowned Forbes magazine and according to the EMS Survey by IPSOS, is the number 1 monthly read magazine amongst Africa’s Affluent.
As part of the TV deal, the show will also be syndicated on international business news channel CNBC Africa on the DSTV platform.

Peace Hyde who also starred in the hit HIV advocacy campaign MTV Shuga which airs in 84 countries to about 500 million homes as well as the current host of Ghana’s largest talent competition MTN Hitmaker.
She has hosted for 3 years in a row and Ghana’s biggest lifestyle show, the Friday Night Live which is in its 5th season shows no sign of slowing down.
Forbes Africa’s My Worst Day with Peace Hyde launches soon in Ghana.

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Dhat Gyal To Thrill Fans At Chicago Ghanafest This Summer

Dhat Gyal

Budding musician Dhat Gyal is set to thrill fans at this year’s Chicago Ghanafest come summer.

The festival will see the sensational afro pop singer showcase her talent to the international world and also give her the opportunity to interact with some of the Europe-based Ghanaian artistes and other international artistes.

Dhat Gyal in an interview with host, DJ Nyaami on ‘We Dey Vibe’ on SVTV Africa, said, she is glad she is embarking on this tour especially performing at this year’s Chicago Ghanafest.
“I’m happy I’m embarking on this tour, especially performing at this year’s Chicago Ghanafest. It will give me the opportunity to meet and interact with fans and some international artists”

Organized by the Ghana National Council of Chicago, the 2019 edition promises to be superb and bring lots of young artists together.

It is scheduled to come off Saturday, July 28 in Chicago.

During the festival, the artiste will seize the opportunity to tell patrons her contribution to the music genre’s growth in Ghana.

Dhat Gyal, known in private life as Afare Ernestina, has a number of hit songs which include ‘Any man Na Man, ‘Odo’, ‘Welcome to Africa’, among others.

She promised to thrill fans to her popular songs such as ‘Odo’, ‘Any Man Na Man’, among others.

GhanaFest in Chicago is a dance-party celebration of Ghana’s culture and heritage. The festival focuses on bringing together the city’s Ghanaian community during this traditional holiday. The event boasts DJs from around the world playing traditional and contemporary dancehall Ghanaian songs, and pre and post parties are held across the city.


By: Cobby Sackitey

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