is a way of speaking with a posh accent often as a means to try and portray yourself as though you are classy, sophisticated, and all that pseudo-intellectual jazz. In addition, a person who is into that stuff is called munozi or musaradhi.
Note: Kunoza is derived from the way by which some Zimbos literary develop a daily routine of articulating words through "nose gymnastics" until that accent starts sounding foreign and exotic. Although sometimes things can get a little hectic trying to decipher what they are really trying to say.
Below is a sample of phrases of Chinozi i.e., a type of Shonglish used by masaradhi:
|Ndavane nzara||Nane nzara|
|Shamwari, ndipe mari yangu||Shamari, ndipe mari yangu|
|Hesi shamwari uri bhoo here?||Hesy shamazi uwibo here?|
|Svondo rinouya ndiri kuenda kuSouth Africa||Nex wiik niyikuenda kuSauti Ehfika|