|Type of business||Online Newspaper|
Type of site
|News, Entertainment, Politics|
|Key people||Idrissa Hakizimana |
|Alexa rank||74,346 (June 2020[update]) Buja Express's Local & Global Ranking|
Buja Express is a Burundian digital media and news platform that features politics, exclusive and users’ generated news content. It is published at bujaexpress.com. It is currently ranked as the third overall most visited website in Burundi by Alexa.
History and Character
Founded in 2015, Buja Express has its headquarters in Bujumbura. The site features a selection of "trending local news, viral content and entertainment" with which it attracts a number of readers across the country who don't have the patience for local and traditional news outlets.
In March 2017, Buja Express started a local journalism project to connect the reporters representing all the 18 provinces and the FCT. In the same period, a missing person initiative was launched, which in future helped Burundians find their loved ones and return them home.
Meaning of Name
The name "Buja" is a common name usually used to refer Burundi's economic city Bujumbura. The 'Express' expression has been added to mean that the website delivers its news to its readers in a short time.
In December 2019, four years after being founded, it became the number one news and entertainment website in Burundi beating the website of the National Radio and Television 'RTNB'
As of January 2020, Buja Express has more than 3.7 million website users. The website Buja Express has more than 20 categories of news which helps to attract diverse audience.
Buja Express is technology-driven media.
Buja Express’s staff use an analytical tool by .IO Technologies to explore real-time reports on articles’ performance and place the most relevant pieces of information first on the website’s title page.
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- Benny, Ikona (2017-07-23). "Raise alarm about missing person or case of kidnapping in Burundi via Buja Express". Buja Express - Burundi news. Retrieved 2020-06-08.
- Ciella, Umutoni (2018-04-02). "Burundian boy goes missing on his way to church (photo)". Buja Express. Retrieved 2020-06-08.
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