Forbes Africa is launching its first ever TV platform with flagship show “My Worst Day”, anchored by award winning Forbes Africa and Forbes Woman correspondent, Peace Hyde. The show brings the unique Forbes journalistic style and glitz to the silver screen and focuses on the most challenging day in the lives of some of the most successful and enterprising business leaders of our time.
This will be Forbes Africa first global TV platform, Forbes Africa TV. The publication 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”.
This year marks yet another milestone in the life of the publication which is the number 1 monthly read magazine amongst Africa’s Affluent according to the Ipsos EMS Survey.
My Worst Day features Africa’s business powerhouses in a way never seen before.
“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. 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,” says Peace Hyde.
The show will air on the CNBC Africa platform which provides a unique blend of International and African business and economic content making it essential viewing for the African investor and business person with a total distribution to over 5 million homes on the DSTV platform. The Pan African show is set to have its global release across the continent. The show is in partnership with financial giant Zenith Bank.
Watch out for the exciting show which is set to air in April 2016.