Capensis comes from a place where temperatures can drop to freezing on occasion, or soar into the 100's F; humidity, temperatures, lighting levels etc. are not an issue for this species if it has a chance to acclimate to whatever conditions. This looks like the plant is sunburned on the leaves that are used to lower light levels, possibly the leaves even drying out and thereby losing all their chlorophyll. The new, acclimated leaves will be fine so long as the plant is left in one place. With the additional complication of recent repotting, it may have accelerated the issue which is why it looks a bit odd to the rest of us, and the plant needs time to regrow all its necessary root hairs.