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Lesego Mashishi



Busanang Mashishi

Practice Manager




Lesego Meokgo Mashishi (Director Limitless Occupational Therapy Services) and Busanang Mashishi (Practice Manager Limitless Occupational Therapy Services) spent their Grade 1 to Grade 7 academic years at Robert Hicks Primary School. During this time, while experiencing hardships in their family such as the passing of their parents, these sister’s received academic and emotional support from the school. “Robert Hicks Primary School was my safe haven” Lesego Mashishi reports. Lesego and Busanang Mashishi were actively involved in school extra-mural and cultural activities throughout their Primary schools years. Lesego Meokgo Mashishi went on to become Head Girl at the school. Currently these sisters are self-employed, operating Limitless Occupational Therapy Services which is an Occupational Therapy company providing medico-legal assessments and corporate employee wellness and organisational wellness packages. The company also offers Occupational Therapy Services to adults and children on out-patient basis in order to assist them in functioning to their full potential in their occupational performance areas of activities of daily living, school, work and leisure.


Limitless Occupational Therapy Services has been invited to speak on various platforms on topics ranging from medico-legal matters, employee wellness, business, motivation, enhancing children’s performance at school and women empowerment. These include;

  • Making Moves SABC 1
  • SME Zone- Business Day TV
  • Talk Radio 702 – Talk at Nine with Aubrey Masango
  • Metro FM- The First Avenue Breakfast Show
  • SAFM
  • Radio 2000
  • Motsweding FM
  • True Love-Online Magazine
  • Articles in News 24


Lesego Meokgo Mashishi – “Robert Hicks Primary School provided me with a solid foundation and a safe environment to become creative and always strive for the best. My Teachers were loving, supportive and nurturing and helped me get through difficulties that we were experiencing in our family.”

 Busanang Mashishi- “I received quality education and my most happiest memories are from my primary school years. I loved playing netball in Miss Aly’s team. The Teachers always made us feel special.”



Congratulation to Jubilant Motlhake, a previous learner from Robert Hicks, who was chosen as Head boy of TUKS school.

We are proud of you Jubilant!!