Lebledparle.com is a Cameroonian, African news site open to the world. Nominated each year among the best media in Cameroon, the pure player aims to be entirely neutral and independent.Lebledparle.com is a Cameroonian, African news site open to the world. Nominated each year among the best media in Cameroon, the pure player aims to be entirely neutral and independent.
In recent years, the African digital press has experienced real growth. Online newspapers have multiplied: there are hundreds and countries. A boom caused by the democratization of the internet and the reduction of the costs of materials necessary to start. The media rushed into it in the 2000s.
If the pioneers of the African press on the web experienced the problems of freedom of expression at the beginning, the trend has improved. Indeed, the founders or authors of controversial articles have been systematically prosecuted or locked up. Many of them are still in exile today where they made their living. However, the trend has improved significantly. Influencers, digital media men no longer hesitate to give their opinion in different online media or on social networks. The fact remains that the most disturbing activists are still being prosecuted. This is the case of Paul Chouta in Cameroon who was recently locked up and languished for 8 months without a prison trial.
With half a year of existence, Lebledparle.com has kept its editorial line ... except for a few lines. Indeed, we have long been appreciated by the cultural players in Cameroon before diversifying. As a Cameroonian, African newspaper carried by young people, we believe that our generation likes to have fun as well as it is aware of the challenges of life. Being aware of the challenges of life means consuming political news, sport, society, news stories etc. Our media therefore tackles all of its subjects without losing its ethical values. Informing Cameroonians every day and in real time also means demonstrating good moral and discernment. We try to group the information, to qualify it and cut it out in the most precise way without taking sides. An approach that reassures our visitors. Today, more than 20,000 people read it to us today. A figure that we hope to see evolve again in this beautiful year of 2020.
To do this, we have taken several steps, the most important of which is the diversity of our content; improving our technical criteria and investing in human resources, which will allow us to cover international news, particularly in Côte d'Ivoire and Burkina Faso. In an increasingly competitive media ecosystem, we want to continue to gain notoriety and impress our readers. Your loyalty is our greatest motivation, please keep it.

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