|Born||September 17, 1964|
|Years active||2000 to present|
|Known for||Being Member of Parliament|
Willias Madzimure is a Zimbabwean politician who was a member of parliament for Kambuzuma Constituency in Harare, 2018 to 2022. He formerly was a member of the Movement for Democratic Change - Tsvangirayi (MDC-T) party. He moved to the MDC Renewal Team in 2014, and in 2022 joined the Citizens' Coalition for Change.
Born: 17 September 1964.
School / Education
No information was found on his Junior or High School, or any tertiary education.
Madzimure was recalled from representing Kambuzuma constituency after a controversial split from the [[MDC-T] party in 2014 under the leadership of former secretary general MDC-T Tendai Biti and Elton Mangoma. He heard the result 17 March 2015 after the speaker of Parliament Jacob Mudenda announced a ruling dismissing Madzimure and his fellow colleagues from parliament. Their party was previously called the MDC Renewal Team before it rebranded to UMDC on its official launch. 
In the 2013 Elections, (see A History of Zimbabwean Elections) Kambuzuma returned to Parliament:
- Willias Madzimure of MDC–T with 7 944 votes or 61.21 percent,
- Tongai Nheta of Zanu PF with 4 165 votes or 32.09 percent,
- Toko Mavhunga of MDC–N with 635 votes or 4.89 percent,
- 2 others with 235 votes or 1.81 percent.
Total 12 979 votes
In the 2022 By-Elections, (see Zimbabwe By-elections (March_2022)) Kambuzuma returned to Parliament:
- Willias Madzimure of Citizens' Coalition For Change with 4 457 votes,
- Oscar Nyamunokora of Zanu-PF with 1 800 votes,
- Fungai Chiposi of MDC Alliance with 154 votes.
- ↑ , Tsvangirai Dispatches Dismissal Letters to Rebel MPs,Nehanda Radio, published:10 Mar 2015,retrieved:18 Mar 2015"