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Third, much of the technological knowledge needed to sustain Africa’s economies is available in the public domain.
Access to such knowledge is not limited by intellectual property but by lack of engineering capacity and limited incentives for enterprise development.
Indeed, African cities have begun providing free Wi-Fi to stimulate entrepreneurial activities.
Access to broadband should be viewed in the same category as transportation networks.It is estimated that South Africa loses through migration nearly as many engineers as it trains annually.Worse, no African country maintains reliable records on training and deployment of engineers.Fifth, armed forces are one of the most important sources of engineering capacity.Carefully-designed programmes could help to repurpose sections of the military to support infrastructure construction.
Examples of such efforts include the role of telecoms ministries in creation of new technology universities in Egypt, Ghana and Kenya.