The youngest winner of South Africa’s Got Talent, Oratile Hlongwane known as DJ Arch Jnr will attempt to set the record as the “Youngest club DJ” at the McDonald’s U/14 Schools League national finals on 1st October at the Lucas Moripe Stadium, Atteridgeville, Pretoria.
In order for the 4 year old DJ to knock out the current record holder he will need to keep the crowd dancing for an hour. The current Guinness World Record belongs to six year old Canadian, Brandon Duke who took over the title in June 2013.
Over the past few months DJ Arch Jnr‚ has been the resident DJ at McDonald’s u/14s schools league festivals which have taken place in KwaZulu Natal, North West, Western Cape and Mpumalanga.
“The McDonald’s U/14 Schools League creates a platform that allows children to hone their skills and hopefully inspires them to reach their full potential in life, we are very excited that DJ Arch Jnr will be attempting to set the Guinness World Record at our national finals”. ” says Daniel Padiachy, Chief Marketing Officer of McDonald’s South Africa.
Schools competing at the nationals finals from 29 September to 1 October are; Grey College (Free State), John Dube High School (KwaZulu Natal), Sibhulo Secondary School (Mpumalanga), Noordeland Hoerskool (Limpopo), Clapham High School (Gauteng), Tswarahanelo Primary School (North West), Charles Morgan Primary School (Eastern Cape), Chris Hani Secondary School (Western Cape) and Orion High School (Northern Cape).