Moving forward, experts remark that with the arrival of the SKA, many effects of diaspora are reversing and researchers are returning to Africa to help African development. A noteworthy increase in research papers was observed in 2013, with fifty-five thousand research papers produced in one year. Besides the impact of the SKA, the reversal of the “Brain Drain” happening in Africa will have many positive impacts on the African community. The continent and science as a whole will benefit from South Africa’s little light pollution, a view of the Southern sky, and few interrupting radio waves that helped influence the bid’s success. From this new technology, young African students will have greater access to learning about physics, astronomy, and the world around them.