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Five time grand slam tennis winner Maria Sharapova has decided to step back from playing at the age of thirty two James thank you very much now so Africa's finance minister has outlined outlined plans with huge cuts to the government at the wage bill of more than ten billion dollars of business reporter will Davies history channel I think county where I take that and really sorry for that sort of begins to pull the mind a little bit when numbers like that it's not coming up doesn't yet when the when the the finance missing to be pretty squarely on a crash course with the trade unions either this in this budget announcement to parliament yesterday he said that the public sector is quite weighty too bloated so job losses are expected as well as cuts to some workers wages this was the reaction we got from some people on the streets of Johannesburg I've been getting temperatures in contracts I mean they're.