The South African military flew journalists to the Angolan border Tuesday to witness what it said was the withdrawal of the last of its troops from that war-torn country into South-West Africa.

In South-West Africa, also known as Namibia, officials said security forces in the last week killed 14 guerrillas fighting to end South African rule over the territory. South African forces also staged their first amphibious landing exercise Tuesday on the Namibian coast.The pullout from Angola is part of a cease-fire agreement intended to clear the way for withdrawal of about 50,000 Cuban troops from Angola and independence for Namibia.