The Square Kilometre Array’s (SKA’s) huge scientific project in the Northern Cape should boost the local economy by creating employment, Northern Cape premier Zamani Saul says.

Delegates and representatives of the member states of the SKA project gathered at the project’s base near Carnarvon on Tuesday as part of an annual meeting hosted by the department of science & innovation.

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