New COVID Medicine Saves African Tourism Board Chairman’s life

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A natural medicine already around for years may be the African response to COVID-19.
The World Tourism Network today facilitated a zoom meeting today with Mr. Cuthbert Ncube, Chairman of the African Tourism Board who said this medicine saved his life.

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  1. A new all-natural COVID-19 medicine based on local and traditional ingredients healed Cuthbert Ncube, African Tourism Board Chairman, from a serious case of a COVID-19 infection
  2. Tourism Leaders of the World Tourism Network (WTN) including a former UNWTO Secretary General met on a zoom call today to discuss. Watch the Q&A.
  3. The Big Pharma industry may not like such a development. African Tourism Board (ATB) and World Tourism Network Executives (WTN) plan to discuss with Ivory Coast officials on how to help with awareness and distribution.

Cuthbert Ncube is the Chairman of the African Tourism Board. He said today a natural medicine by the name of BJ 12 developed by a team of researchers under the leadership of Abidjan-based Dr. Diamana saved his life.

Cuthbert said on a zoom call today, “It is a syrup drink; you take two bottles a day – one in the morning and one in the evening. I am feeling good and strong; just working on gaining my strength.”

Tourism leaders from around the world came together today on a zoom session organized by eTurboNews and for the World Tourism Network.


The reason for global leaders, including Dr. Taleb Rifai, former UNWTO Secretary General; Alain St. Ange, former Minister of Tourism of Seychelles; Dr. Peter Tarlow, world-known tourism safety and security expert from Texas, USA coming together with other senior tourism leaders from around the world, was to listen to Cuthbert Ncube. His story was fascinating and may be a breakthrough in the fight against the Coronavirus.

Cuthbert received a COVID-19 test on January 12 in Pretoria. He was booked on a flight from Johannesburg to Abidjan on January 13 to meet with the Ivory Coast minister of tourism to discuss the UNWTO election for Secretary General. Ivory Coast is a member of the UNWTO Executive Council.

Even though Cuthbert felt well at the time, his COVID-19 test came back positive. As a result, the ATB Chairman went home to isolate.

Unfortunately, Cuthbert developed serious symptoms including loss of appetite, problems breathing, and a high fever. He completely lost his voice trying to breathe.

When Mr. Ncube had to cancel his trip to the Ivory Coast, Dr. Diamana from Côte d’Ivoire immediately shipped bottles of his COVID-19 syrup to South Africa. When it arrived on January 22 at Cuthbert’s Pretoria home, he was literally fighting for his life.


Cuthbert told eTurboNews: “I received the medication on the 22nd of January 2021. I immediately started to take the medicine – the BJ-12 syrup – from Dr. Diamana following the instruction by his Director of External Relations, Mr. Grah. I took the syrup as instructed and in days afterwards I got cured.

“As am relating to you now, my appetite is 75% back. I have started my regular exercises daily, my energy is coming back. Today, I am really feeling much much better.”


In the meantime, Mr. Ncube arranged for some bottles to be shipped to another tourism professional sick with COVID-19. This person is in the Kingdom of Eswatini. He also improved from a very serious situation.


Mr. Cuthbert is convinced this all-natural African product could be the African contribution in the fight against the pandemic.

Tourism professionals in today’s discussion agree. It can be expected that the Big Pharma industry may not like such a development competing with a non-chemical natural product that costs little.

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