Jacki Lehlake aka Bojo Mujo was born in Limpopo Province, South Africa in a place called Modimole. Bojo Mujo was born in Modimolle on May 21 1978 where he lived until he was 11, when his family moved to Soshanguve, Pretoria.  Bojo Mujo leaves behind his mother, a 12-year-old son and three brothers.

He died on 31 January 2015 following respiratory failure last week weekend, said his older brother and manager Sello "Cry" Lehlake.

Bojo Mujo became known with his debut album ‘Shiwelele’ (2003) and the house remix he made of Craig David's 2007 hit ‘Summer’. Bojo Mujo began as a singer in a church choir but today he is big in the South African house scene with five albums under his belt. He is named alongside house kingpins such as DJ Fresh, Oskido, DJ S'bu and DJ Cleo. Bojo Mujo has his own reording studio called Bojolution from where he records talented artistes such as Biblos, Moneymaker, Tea Kay and Maeli.

Bojo Mujo released a ‘House Therapy Session 2’ with the hit ‘Shine On Me’ in 2002. In 2003 he signed up Tea Kay and Maeli and released the album ‘Loop and Drums’ featuring Mujava soon followed by ‘House Therapy Session 3’ (2004) featuring the gospel hit song ‘Hlonolofatsa’. ‘House Therapy 4’ followed in 2005 and in 2008 he dropped ‘House Therpay Session 5’.