Mojak Lehoko is a Johannesburg-based comedian who has graced various stages across South Africa and abroad. Since his humble beginnings at Cool Runnings in Melville, Mojak has gone on to be nominated for a Comic’s Choice Award and he has won the adoration of various crowds, from all walks of life.
After testing the waters as a writer on the satirical news show, ‘Late Nite News with Loyiso Gola’, he was nominated for an international Emmy and he has gone on to produce works for The Real Jozi A-Listers (VuzuAMP), Ekasi Stories (ETV) and the sitcom, Abomzala (SABC), amongst a plethora of other projects.
This young, hilarious, erudite comedian draws his inspiration from the dusty streets of the townships and the lush greenery of suburbia, in his one-man show ‘How Did I Get Here’, transitioning seamlessly between both worlds.
As an actor, writer, comedian, voice-over artist and MC, Mojak Lehoko is a force to be reckoned with in the South African entertainment industry.
Mojak’s live comedy events include:
His corporate comedy & MC performances have included:
His television performances include:
Mjoak’s voice-overs performances have included:
Mojak is also a multiple Comics Choice Awards nominee and winner of the Comics Pen Award for best writer in 2017.
He has been the host of MTV Base's Newsish, Woza Kleva and a cast member of various sketch comedy shows such Comedy Central's As a People, The Bantu Hour and appeared in John Barker's feature film Wonderboy For President.
Tabitha Hoy Forrest