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Peace Hyde makes KOKO Magazine cover

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KOKO Magazine’s latest cover star is Ghanaian screen diva Peace Hyde. The TV star gave the digital fashion house an exclusive chance to peek behind the curtain and reveal what makes this faith and purpose-driven, stunning queen tick.

See excerpts of her interview below.

On her biggest challenge: I believe the biggest challenge is overcoming my negative mindset. You will always have challenges in whatever field you are in and that is to be expected. But those challenges can be overcome. The difficulty is in overcoming your own fears and doubts and that lies in adopting the right mindset. For the longest time I was consumed with what people would think of me and that dictated a lot of the things I did until I decided to change my mindset. That was my biggest challenge and that is what I tell people when they ask me about my journey. You can overcome every obstacle that comes in your way provided you adopt the right mind set and that has been the biggest challenge I had to overcome.

On her Inspirational shows: I think firstly, I am an extremely faith-driven person so I have to acknowledge that without God, I will not be sitting where I am today. The media or entertainment space is very fickle so one minute you could be on top and celebrated and the next moment; you are the latest hot topic for a scandal. I believe in getting my head down and putting in the work. I work hard because I know it is simply the only way to grow in my craft and succeed at what I do. I believe we are all destined to be great and sometimes all it takes is a little determination and a lot of hard work to make that potential a reality.

On her personal life: I believe as women we have the ability to multi-task and I think that is one of the biggest advantages we have. It is true I have a hectic workload and when I am in work mode; there is really no time for anything else. But I believe the key to having a balanced life is also making time for some down time. At the moment I would say I work a lot more than I relax simply because I believe when you are given an opportunity, you give your absolute best to deliver. I have a good social life but it can be better but I am actually not complaining because I love what I do and I am extremely blessed to be able to do it.

On societal expectations of marriage: I believe society places a lot of expectations on young girls in terms of what age or stage in life they are supposed to get married which invariably leads a lot of young girls down a path where they are forced into marriages with the wrong person and often leads to a life time of sorrow and depression. There is nothing wrong with people getting married early providing they have taken the time to know each other and are making an informed decision based purely on love and mutual respect for one another instead of societal or peer pressure. That is what I am against. I believe I will get married when God deems it the right time.

Read her full interview here.

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GAC Motor Secures Exclusive Rights for Season 2 of “My Worst Day with Peace Hyde”

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Guangzhou Automobile Company (GAC Motor), one of the top five biggest Chinese automobile manufacturers, has secured the exclusive rights for the flagship FORBES AFRICA television show, My Worst Day with Peace Hyde. The partnership comes after the successful launch of the first season, which profiled some of the leading business moguls including Aliko Dangote, Folorunsho Alakija, Tonye Cole, Herman Mashaba, EmirSanusi Lamido Sanusi among many others.

“We are very pleased to have this new partnership with GACMotor. The show has one of the highest viewerships on the Pan-African business channel, CNBC Africa, and has set the benchmark as the most engaging program featuring some of the most successful moguls of our time. To be able to continue the next season with such a prestigious brand like GAC is amazing,” says Peace Hyde, the show’s host and Head of Digital Media and Partnerships and West Africa Correspondent for FORBES AFRICA.

“We are proud to be part of this historic moment with FORBES AFRICA. We believe the two brands share the same vision of excellence and through the My Worst Dayshow, we hope to assure Nigerians that, no matter what they go through, good or bad, they can always rely on GAC Motors,” says Chief Diana Chan, Chairman of Choice International, owner of GAC Motor franchise, Nigeria.

“The FORBES AFRICA brand is renowned for its quality and prestige and we believe the partnership with GAC sits well with the brand. These are the types of people you do not hear from on a daily basis and for one program to be able to pull them together at the same time is a feat worth celebrating,” says Frederic Van de vyver, Head of CNBC Africa, West Africa.

 

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Reboot Your DStv Experience: New & Returning Series on M-Net

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The holiday season may be coming to an end for many but the fun and magic just never stops on M-Net. DStv customers will get a much-needed ‘viewing reboot’ for the new year when some of the fan favourite big series make a dramatic return to the screen and new ones make their debut this January.

Returning Series

Kicking off the entertainment is the much-awaited return of the Golden Globe and Emmy-winning medical drama, Grey’s Anatomy with a double-bill airing on Monday 15 January at 5pm. The Shonda Rhimes-produced series picks up with the team focusing on helping Owens sister after her shocking return from war.  The historical drama Vikings, also returns on the 15th at 6:05pm for more on the saga of the legendary fighters during an age of conflict and conquerors.

Fans of the NCIS franchise sure will be thrilled with the season 9 return of the NCIS Los Angeles. The fast-paced police drama premieres the new season on Thursday 18 January at 6pm.

On Monday 22 January, you better be up and ready for the anticipated second season of multi-Emmy-Award winning drama This is Us. The new season picks up during the Big 3’s 37th birthdays as Randall and Beth debate a big life change and Kate takes the first step in pursuing a new passion. Golden Globe-nominated dramedy. Tune in at 6pm.

Reality talent show fans are also in for a treat with the return of The Voice on Friday 26 January at 5pm. This season, original series judges Adam Levine and Blake Shelton are joined by Miley Cyrus and Jennifer Hudson to find out who the next winner of this singing competition will be.

There is also something in store for culinary lovers and would-be-chefs on MasterChef Australia which airs on weekdays at 3:45pm.  Don’t miss out on the teenage and uber-talented young designers when they showcase their amazing talent and sharp eye for fashion in Project Runway Junior which airs on Saturdays at 4pm.

New Series

Get ready to embrace the all new S.W.A.T. making its debut on DStv. Starring Shemar Moore (Criminal Minds), in the premiere episode, locally born SWAT Sergeant Daniel ‘Hondo’ Harrelson is tasked with running a specialised tactical unit. Catch the action on Thursdays at 6pm.

Mosaic, produced and directed by Oscar-winner Steven Soderberg premieres on M-Net on Tuesday 23 January at 7pm and in this innovative drama, the audience determines the plot. And, based on the acclaimed film of the same name, Snatch premieres on the 25th at 8pm. This dark British dramedy sees small-time criminal Albert hill sucked into the high stakes world of organised crime.

New Home for your Superheroes

There is even more magic in store for viewers with their favourite superheroes now in a new home on M-Net Supergirl returned for another action-packed season on Mondays at 2:45pm. The new season of Arrow is on your screens on Tuesdays at 2:45pm, The Flash on Wednesdays at 2:45pm, DC’s Legends of Tomorrow on Thursdays at 2:45pm as well as the fantasy drama Once Upon A time on Fridays also at 2:45pm.

The Late Late Show with James Corden season 4 is now in its new timeslot at 10pm.

 

 

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CITI FM’s Richard Sky takes two-year break from radio to study LAW

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CITI FM’s Richard Dela Sky is taking a break from mainstream radio to pursue further studies. Sky, one of the most notable names on the 97.3 dial is going back to school.

The respected journalist is enrolling at the UK’s University of Birmingham for a two-year course in Law. Sky was on the station’s well listened-to Breakfast Show on Monday to announce his exit.

A valuable asset for the Adabraka station, he has been part of the successful CITI story, envied by competitors. He has hosted a number of shows on the station including Eye Witness News.

Before joining CITI FM, Sky worked with the Statesman newspaper under Gabby Asare Otchere-Darko.

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Regina Krave is the new host of Live FM’s Touchdown effective Feb. 1

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Fast-rising media personality and Actress Regina Krave is the new host of Live FM’s after drive show Touchdown effective February 1st Enewsgh can confirm.

Previously, Touchdown was hosted by Berla Mundi, who now co-hosts Starr FM’s Afternoon Show Starr Drive with Giovani Caleb.

Regina is currently one of Ghana’s favourite and adorable daughters of the screens. A host of Rythmzlive on GHone TV which shows from 1:30 pm – 3 pm and Live FM’s Young, wild and free. She had a stint with Ghana’s entertainment industry after taking part in Miss Malaika pageant. Currently, she is one of Ghana’s showbiz personalities with a lot of followers on social media.

LIVE 91.9 FM is owned by Africa’s leading media group EIB Network, who are also owners of Starr FM, GH One TV, Kasapa FM, Ultimate FM, Empire FM, Agoo FM, Agoo TV, and the Daily Heritage Newspaper.

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Sammy Forson quits Live FM … heading to Joy FM

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Live FM’s mid-morning show host, Sammy Forson, has left the station. He hosted his last show today.

Forson has joined the Kwasi Twum-owned JOY FM.

His first job with The Multimedia Group will be as sit-in host of Drive Time from Tuesday, January 16 as current host Lexis Bill goes on two weeks’ break. The station will announce other shows he will be hosting soon.

Apart from Live FM, Mr Forson has had stints with YFM, ETV, Citi FM, and Garden City Radio.

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Berla Mundi named for Starr Drive

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Following a recent UN appointment, Starr Drive co-host Anita Erskine is set to relinquish her post at the EIB station.

Inside sources submit to ENEWSGH  that Live FM and GH One’s Berla Mundi is being considered as replacement. Flagship programme for the popular radio station, it was previously manned by Erskine and CEO Bola Ray, before he handed the baton to protege Giovanni Caleb.

The pairing promises to be interesting as it will see Giovanni reunite with his MTN Hitmaker co- MC. The pair have fostered strong chemistry during their time compering the reality show, and the reunion should serve as an interesting extension of their on-screen telepathy.

Ambassador for beverage giants Malta Guiness, Berla Mundi currently anchors ‘The Afternoon Show’ on GH One TV, as well as  ‘Touchdown’ on Live 91.9FM. She also comperes other shows as Miss Malaika, and the MTN Hitmaker talent show.

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