Lance Guma

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Lance Guma is an exiled Zimbabwean journalist based in the United Kingdom. He is the Managing Editor of Nehanda Radio and Nehanda TV.

Prominent interviews he has done on Nehanda TV include the then Prime Minister of Zimbabwe in the coalition government of 2009-2013, opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai [1] Uebert Angel [2], the founder of the Spirit Embassy Church in Zimbabwe , Zimbabwean musician Thomas Mapfumo [3] and the current main opposition leader in Zimbabwe, Nelson Chamisa [4]. In January 2014 Lance Guma was involved in a heated radio interview with Zimbabwean businessman and politician [5] Phillip Chiyangwa.

Prior to this Guma worked as a Producer/Presenter for SW Radio Africa, an independent radio station that broadcast to Zimbabwe via the United Kingdom on Shortwave Radio. During the period 1995-1996 Guma was the Secretary General of the Harare Polytechnic Students Representative Council (SRC) leading several demonstrations against the government of President Robert Mugabe.

Guma has also featured on several international news networks giving his analysis on the political situation in Zimbabwe. The interviews and analysis has been on Al Jazeera [6][7][8][9][10], Sky News, News24 [11][12] and the BBC [13] among others.


  1. Nehanda TV (2018-02-20), Morgan Tsvangirai on Nehanda TV - October 2013, retrieved 2018-11-14
  2. Nehanda TV (2013-06-04), Prophet Uebert Angel on Nehanda TV, retrieved 2018-11-14
  3. Nehanda TV (2016-04-20), Thomas Mapfumo on Nehanda TV (April 2016), retrieved 2018-11-14
  4. Nehanda TV (2018-05-18), Nelson Chamisa interview on Nehanda TV, retrieved 2018-11-14
  5. "Furious Chiyangwa on Nehanda Radio Shouts Obsecnities".
  6. "Zimbabwe opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai dies". Retrieved 2018-11-14.
  7. Al Jazeera English (2017-11-26), Zimbabwe's media post-Mugabe: A new lease on life? - Listening Post, retrieved 2018-11-14
  8. Al Jazeera English (2009-02-21), Listening Post - Zimbabwe's media - 20 Feb 09 - Part 1, retrieved 2018-11-14
  9. "Zimbabwe's media post-Mugabe: A new lease on life?". Retrieved 2018-11-14.
  10. "Zimbabwe: ZANU-PF youth wing 'ready to die' for Mugabe". Retrieved 2018-11-14.
  11. "'Key lessons have been learnt': Shock as Zim ruling party candidate loses by-election". News24. Retrieved 2018-11-14.
  12. "You wanted to kill my boy, Grace Mugabe tells Zanu-PF plotters". News24. Retrieved 2018-11-14.
  13. "Tributes to Komla Dumor". BBC News. 2014. Retrieved 2018-11-14.

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