British Prime Minister Theresa May is expected to land in South Africa on Tuesday for an official working visit.
President Cyril Ramaphosa will host her in Cape Town.
They aim to strengthen relations between their countries.
In April, Ramaphosa attended the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting in London.
There, the two heads of state agreed on over R800-million in funding over four years, to help South Africa.
May will present Ramaphosa with the SS Mendi Bell, which was found in the Atlantic Ocean a year ago.
The SS Mendi sank in the English Channel in 1917, claiming the lives of 607 black South African men.
May’s also expected to visit Nigeria and Kenya, during this trip.