It's off to Garies, in the Northern Cape, for this week's episode of Game of Bags.
Voice over: "The landscape here is a breath of fresh air for the followers of this series which has thus far been playing out in the stultifying ghettoes, towns and cities of Mzansi.
"In the Northern Cape, you can stand on a small kopje and you will not see much, but stretches of land as white and dry as the sky itself. The sun is everywhere. Tufts of vegetation struggle for dear life on the unforgiving aridity."
Then, into the camera view enters our hero. He is smiling, exuding confidence.
Voice over: "This is Adriaan Alettus Nieuwoudt. His smile is as white and vast as the land he is standing on. He has every reason to be proud. He has bags stuffed with cash behind him. And right now, he is standing on prime real estate. You too can join him in this paradise. If you're white."
Close-up on Nieuwoudt speaking to the camera: "Pride is a sin. But I can't help it, right now I'm on cloud nine. We call this corner of the world Eureka. Yes, we white people have found it! After 25 years of hell as victims of genocide. The longest genocide in history."
Nieuwoudt pauses to gather his thoughts. Tears in his eyes, he continues: "The sins of being white. You clear your throat, they accuse you of saying the k-word and they throw you in prison. You make a comment about baboons and monkeys, they put you before a firing squad. And you aren't allowed to say '#WhitesLivesMatter'."
In the background, the viewer can hear excited voices chanting "Free at last!"