In Zimbabwe Rhodesia, a prisoner captured by the Security Forces has claimed that Soviet and Cuban officers taught him guerrilla warfare in Mozambique.
SV INTERIOR Frelimo prisoners, on left Sabete Amisse and Gabriel da Conceicao Manjate (right) entering conference room and sitting Amisse laying crutches on floor
CU Manjate sitting at table
GV Cameraman filming
CU Interpreter translating Amisse statement from Portuguese into English
CU Cameramen filming
SV Manjate speaking to interpreter and interpreter translating (2 SHOTS)
GV Interpreter speaking to Amisse with newsmen in background
TRANSCRIPTS: AMISSE (Interpreter): "We were given the task of coming to racy the terrain, territory. That was all."
MANJATE (Interpreter): "We were spoken to by the President Mr. Samora Machel and by Robert Mugabe. Our special mission was to sever the rail link on the Bulawayo Road."
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Background: In Zimbabwe Rhodesia, a prisoner captured by the Security Forces has claimed that Soviet and Cuban officers taught him guerrilla warfare in Mozambique. Domingus Gabriel da Conceicao Manjate was one of two prisoners presented to newsmen on Saturday (1 September). He and Sabete Amisse both said they had crossed into Zimbabwe Rhodesia from southern Mozambique with members of the Mozambique army to fight alongside Patriotic Front guerrillas.