Psychoanalyst and wine farmer, Professor Mark Solms held down the fort as the Friday Stand-In.
Solms used his background in psychology and neurology to tap into some interesting topics during the Redi Tlhabi Show.
He kicked of the programme off with an Open Line discussion covering a range of topics, including inferiority complexes, land ownership, agriculture and white privilege.
"There are good ways and bad ways for compensating for what we feel are our inadequacies", says #FridayStandIn Prof. Mark Solms.— CapeTalk on 567AM (@CapeTalk) July 22, 2016
"There's not one single white person born in the apartheid era who didn't benefit from the regime." - #FridayStandIn Prof Mark Solms— 702 (@Radio702) July 22, 2016
Thereafter, Solms spoke with The Naked Scientist Dr Chris Smith to try and make sense of some scientific mysteries.
Solms also spoke about the mental state of the nation and the often difficult process of healing from South Africa's collective trauma.
He and Professor Pumla Gobodo-Madikizela, a clinical psychologist discussed the Truth and Reconciliation Commission and looked at the different notions of "reparation".
Inspiringly, Solms shared his personal experiences of addressing land reform with workers and families living on his farm Solms-Delta Wine Estate.
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