Multiple Award-winning journalist Peace Hyde has once again, added one more accomplishment to her lined-up honours at the just ended 2021 Sanlam Group Excellence In Financial Journalism.
The British Ghanaian education dissident, media entrepreneur and motivational orator was recognised and awarded among such exceptional journalists from the African continent for 2020.
Peace Hyde was awarded as the 2nd runner-up for an African Growth Story at the awards ceremony.
The 36-year old creator and executive producer at Netflix, is one of the few exceptional African media characters recognised by Sanlam.
The cheerful media icon took to Instagram to thank every one of the individuals who have helped in her prosperity, particularly her mentors.
The calm but ambitious Peace Hyde is Netflix’s first creator and Executive Producer of Africa. She is also the founder of — Aim Higher Africa, a non-profit organization zeroed in on improving on the quality of education in ruined communities across Africa.
Peace Hyde began her media career in Ghana with a show on Accra-based GH One TV. She later hosted MTN Hitmaker (one of the biggest music shows) in Ghana.
With such an aspiring mentality, Hyde has indeed risen rapidly, and is still hoping to make more history.
Peace Hyde scored acting gigs in London in her youth, and is currently one of Africa’s most celebrated TV Personalities and Media Entrepreneurs.
Other than the new Sanlam award, Peace Hyde has other impressive list of achievements.
Sanlam is one of the biggest internationally active insurance groups in the world, and they have been creating value for stakeholders for more than 100 years. Sanlam operates across a number of selected global markets and contributes to the financial resilience and prosperity of its clients and the markets in which they operate.