On 29 October 2020, the Operations Department handed over a campus beautification and health and safety improvement project to the Department of Maintenance. Lindokuhle Mzolo, Infrastructure Projects Coordinator, said the walkway project added another structure that both staff and students would use.
He added that the project achieved its intended purpose, which was to turn the walkway towards the Seme sports grounds into a conducive structure that can be used without the risk of slipping. The walkway can now also be used as a training facility as it has steps that extend to about 100 metres.
Lindo said that the project was the first phase of projects of a similar nature which are being rolled out to provide conducive walkway facilities as part of the broader University infrastructure improvement in line with the University’s goal of creating an enabling and supporting environment at the institution.
Accepting the project, Kenyatta Makhoba, MUT Works Manager, congratulated the Infrastructure division for a job well-done on the project. “We will ensure that we maintain the standard of the project.”