Hyde would still work as West Africa’s correspondent for the publication.
Accepting the offer, she indicated that “…the publishing game has changed dramatically in recent years.
Forbes Africa has always had a passion for celebrating the people changing Africa and our new digital platform is in line with reaching that goal.”
Commenting on her appointment, Frederic Van Devyver, Executive Director, CNBC Africa and Forbes Africa stated that “Forbes Africa is now 6 years and with this major push toward digital media, the company is simply carving out strategies to make us ready for the future.
We are proud to appoint Peace Hyde to this role to help drive engagement from our millennial audience onto the online platform”,