HARARE (AFP) - The wedding of Zimbabwe’s Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai was due to proceed Saturday under customary laws, a day after a court cancelled his marriage licence. “The prime minister will have a customary union wedding which is different from the one that was denied by the courts,” a senior officer from Tsvangirai’s Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) party told AFP. Tsvangirai, 60, dressed in a black suit and his bride Elizabeth Macheka, 35, in a white wedding gown, arrived minutes apart at a plush outdoor wedding venue in the capital Harare where hundreds of guests gathered. The prime minister had originally planned his marriage under monogamous laws.