The Nelson Mandela University side maintained their unbeaten run with a 62-5 result at the Madibaz Stadium in Port Elizabeth, placing them on 25 points after five games.
They are eight points ahead of third-placed University of KwaZulu-Natal and are assured of a home semifinal in the April 4 playoffs.
While satisfied with their overall efforts, Madibaz captain Riaan Esterhuizen gave an indication of the standards they wanted to maintain when he said there were still too many mistakes against TUT.
“We struggled for most of the first half and made some silly mistakes,” said the Madibaz centre.
“After the break we managed to put our foot down and scored some good tries.”
Despite their winning streak, he added that they would take nothing for granted.
“We know that whoever we play in the semifinals anything can happen in a once-off match and we will continue to keep working hard and to focus on the task ahead.
“Any team can rock up on the day and put in a massive performance, which was shown last night (Monday) when Fort Hare beat Kwazulu-Natal.”