No absolutely not. First, there is the incredible inflation that makes it impossible for investors to earn sustainably money.
Second, there is the political conflict with the western world which can turn investors into criminals for dealing with a criminal regime.
Third, there is incredible corruption and more or less anarchy among public servants, which creates enormous risks of fraud, scam, hijacking etc.
Fourth. most educated people from the western world do not want to live in Zimbabwe nor to work there, as consequence investors will not be able to install the managements that they would like to.
Probably the situation in Zimbabwe will change if the current regime vanishes and a new regime tries to make it better. But as long the situation is like it is now, it would just put investments at high risk.