With a climate that on average is above 10°C during the winter months, and reaching into the 30s in the summer months, Cape Town is an ideal English speaking location for many to relocate to.
On average, affordability is relatively low in South Africa; Properties are around 4x that of the average income, compared to the UK, where properties are up to 22x the average wage. Since the financial crash of 2008, property prices in South Africa have shown a slight increase to date, due to foreign investment.
If you are an investor and are considering purchasing in South Africa, you should pay attention to the cities of Pretoria and Port Elizabeth; On average, rental yields are between 14-16% for these two cities.
In general, you can expect to find property for sale in South Africa for as little as 250,000R ( ~£13,000) in areas such as Gauteng and up to 170,000,000R ( ~£9,000,000 ) in prestigious coastal areas.