Video / 11/11/2016 1:56:09 PM
From multiple failures in business to becoming one of the hottest trading stocks on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange, South African investment mogul and Executive Chairman of Brimstone Investment; Fred Robertson joins Peace Hyde as he reveals one incident which will forever stand out as his most difficult day in business.
Video / 10/6/2016 11:29:35 AM
From starting her career as a company secretary to launching one of the most prominent fashion labels, building the largest printing company in Nigeria and finally making a mark as the only prominent female in the competitive and patriarchal oil industry. This episode of My Worst Day with Peace Hyde features Folorunsho Alakija, Executive vice Chairperson of Famfa Oil with an estimated net worth of $1.82 billion dollars.
Video / 9/1/2016 11:57:52 AM
This episode of My Worst Day with Peace Hyde features Nigeria's most successful music producer Don Jazzy who shares on the day he lost the multi million naira music empire he built which led to catastrophic personal and professional consequences.
Video / 8/5/2016 10:00:13 AM
My Worst Day with Peace Hyde features South African mogul Herman Mashaba, CEO of the first black-owned hair care company Black Like Me. After refusing to settle for a future that offered nothing Herman Mashaba built a multi-billion rand company and relives the day all his hard work was turned to a pile of ash and rubble.
Video / 7/8/2016 10:12:47 AM
My Worst Day Episode 3 features Nigerian Oil Mogul Femi Otedola, the billionaire that bounced back. Femi Otedola takes us on a journey of one of his darkest days in business when he lost everything he had worked so hard to build leaving him with only two choices; to commit suicide or weather the storm!
Video / 6/10/2016 12:18:02 PM
On this episode 2 of My Worst Day, host Peace Hyde is joined by Africa's Richest Man Aliko Dangote, as he shares his remarkable journey from being a trader to building the largest conglomerate in Africa and establishing the largest cement factory in the world.
Video / 5/4/2016 1:01:50 PM
In an explosive interview with Peace Hyde on Forbes Africa TV, Muhammadu Sanusi II, Emir of Kano and Former Central Bank Governor of Nigeria recounts the day $20 billion dollars of the Nigerian people's money vanished from state coffers and his final meeting with the Former President, Goodluck Ebele Jonathan and what transpired.