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Bulawayo

* David Coltart Former Minister of Education, Sports, Arts and Culture. (2008–2013) * Charles Mhlauri, football coach, former Zimbabwe National Team Coach (Warriors) * David Dewar, Professor of Town Planning, University of Cape Town * Neil Dewar, Professor of Geography, University of Cape Town * Brian 'Mr B' Sibanda, musician, Founder Member of GTi Music Group and the First Artist to Produce Kwaito Music in Zimbabwe with his debut album tittled 'Sharp – Kunjani


Kaliningrad

. The city comes out in full force to party under the dazzling fireworks, concerts, performances, sports, arts and car-related events. Buy *


Bamako

at the ''Institut des Sciences Humaines du Mali,'' then, from 1975 to 1978, acted as head of historic patrimony and ethnography at the Ministry of Youth, Sports, Arts, and Culture. In 1980, he was named researcher at the ''Institut Supérieur de Formation en Recherche Appliquée'' (I.S.F.R.A), and Professor at the History Geography department at the ''École Normale Supérieure'' of Bamako. In the course of his career, he headed several professional organizations, including the Association


Kent, Ohio

a recreation center on the city's south side and offers several sports, arts, and education programs at various locations in Kent.


Tallahassee, Florida

newspaper *FSView covering FSU


Luxembourg

1980 — Government Reorganization — Student Unrest — Sentences in Corruption Trial", ''Keesing's Record of World Events'', Volume 26, November, 1980 Mali, page 30556. in the latter position, he became the second ranking person in the government after Moussa Traoré, who was President and Minister of Defense. He subsequently became Minister of Sports, Arts and Culture on December 31, 1984 and then Minister of Transport and Public Works on June 6, 1986. He left the government


Morocco

— Sentences in Corruption Trial", ''Keesing's Record of World Events'', Volume 26, November, 1980 Mali, page 30556. in the latter position, he became the second ranking person in the government after Moussa Traoré, who was President and Minister of Defense. He subsequently became Minister of Sports, Arts and Culture on December 31, 1984 and then Minister of Transport and Public Works on June 6, 1986. He left the government on January 20, 1987 and became


NASA

of Parliament (United Kingdom) MP for East Londonderry (East Londonderry (UK Parliament constituency)) and Minister for Sports, Arts and Leisure for Northern Ireland, for referencing lyrics from a song, "The Men Behind the Wire" which was written in the aftermath of the introduction of detention without trial (Operation Demetrius) for persons accused of being members of paramilitary groups. Campbell described "The Men Behind the Wire" as ''"written about people


Netherlands

of the Plan in the government named on August 2, 1980; "Nov 1980 — Government Reorganization — Student Unrest — Sentences in Corruption Trial", ''Keesing's Record of World Events'', Volume 26, November, 1980 Mali, page 30556. in the latter position, he became the second ranking person in the government after Moussa Traoré, who was President and Minister of Defense. He subsequently became Minister of Sports, Arts and Culture on December 31, 1984


Germany

; the peninsula is part of the Mönchgut-Granitz administration area. It is also a part of the Biosphere Reserve of Südost-Rügen. In 1973, he traveled to Germany to study cinema (film) direction. On returning to Mali in 1976 he directed the cinema division of the Ministry of Sports, Arts, and Culture. The '''11.Panzer Division''' was a German (Germany) Panzer division (Division (military)) which saw action on the Eastern Front (World War II) Eastern


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