As I understand it, Zim law prohibits offshore sales of shares of listed companies. But the reserve bank does suspend the prohibition in certain circumstances. The government, no surprise, is allowed to sell shares offshore, usually to raise forex; there's also talk of high-ups occasionally being allowed to sell shares outside the country. No proof of this, though, at least, not on paper. I'd say any investment in Zim script is worthless outside the country as long as the current forex drought persists. Until this is resolved, getting shares out the country will be hard. Still, nothing stopping investors from cashing out once they've made a profit and swopping the zimdollars for the real thing on the paralel market, as many of them do..