1-17 February 1991: Over 1000 SANS workers go on strike for higher wages.
3 February 1998: Table Bay Spinners strike in support of industry- wide-cotton-worker demands.
4 February 1973: Smith and Nephew Textile strike of 600 workers for more wages.
9-15 February1991: First national organiser training course is held at Oakford Priory in Natal.
12 February 1958: 2000 workers sacked during a strike at Amato Textiles in Transvaal.
15 February 1988: Cape Cotton workers strike for June 16 as a public holiday, and higher wages.
17 February 1986: BKB woolworkers in Port Elizabeth strike.
21 February 1985: Workers at SA Nylon Spinners go on strike
22 February 1983: Bata shoe workers in Kwazulu, members of NUTW, strike
5-6 February 2000: Sactwu hosted its first ever, negotiating school for staff, in Brackenfell, Cape Town. The focus of the negotiating school was to prepare the union for the challenges in collective bargaining and within our industry
1-28 February 2002: Sactwu Recruitment Offensive starts.
9 February 2002: Sactwu launches its Regional Servicing Conferences throughout the country. The aim of the conferences was to find new ways and means to improve the services the union provides to its members.
27 Feb/1March 2002: 1000 David Whitehead workers in Durban, strike in defence and protection of worker rights. The strike was the largest and strongest protected wage related legal strike in the textile industry since 1993 and ended victoriously in favour of the workers.
28 February – 3 March 2002: Sactwu holds its first-ever National Bargaining and Servicing Conference in East London. The theme of the Conference was "Buy local, save jobs, crush poverty, build Sactwu".
3 February 2003: Sactwu annual Recruitment Offensive starts.
10-14 February 2003: The ITGWLF holds first-ever organisational building workshop for the Ramatex Group of companies in Namibia. Thobeka Platyi and Frans Xola of Sactwu’s Border North Branch represent Sactwu at the workshop.
28 February 2003 : Sactwu Annual Bargaining Conference starts in East London. The theme of the Conference was “Buy local, save jobs, crush poverty, build Sactwu”.