Tsvangıraı Weddıng To Go Ahead

Justice Antonia Guvava threw the application out saying it had no basis. The judge said customary marriage was not recognised at law and was not registered. Justice Guvava, however, said there was still time for Karimatsenga to lodge objections with the court.
But the estranged lover should approach the court which issued a marriage licence. It emerged on Tuesday that the PM had already obtained a marriage licence issued on August 27 by the Magistrates’ Court in Harare to wed Elizabeth on Saturday.
The licence — which was attached to court papers — shows an intention to marry and would be followed by a marriage certificate.
The judge castigated Karimatsenga for using improper language in her application when she said the PM was mentally unstable. It was tantamount to say the PM was insane, the judge said.
The wedding is now expected to proceed as planned. The ceremony is slated to take place at the upmarket Rain Tree Lodge in Harare. President Robert Mugabe and several regional leaders have been invited
to the ceremony.
Karimatsenga was arguing that she is customarily married toTsvangirai. The PM claims he terminated the relationship last November, citing interference from Zanu (PF).