Monday 3 March
- UN observed large forces of rebels in support of SPLA/M-in-Opposition in Malakal and expressed fear of new clashes in the area.
- South Sudan United Democratic Alliances, in Ethiopian exile, stated that they support an interim government whithout Salva Kiir and Riek Machar.
- Riek Machar presented a list of his desired cabinet for an interim government.
- SPLM/A-in-Opposition signed the Implementation Modalities in support of the Agreement on Cessation of Hostilities (CoH).
Tuesday 4 March
- A two week break in the negotiations was announced. The talks will resume 20 March.
- UN warned that South Sudan may face a humanitarian disaster.
- UN agreed with the South Sudan government and the Chinese Embassy to build a new camp in Juba to host people who have been displaced by the conflict.
Wednesday 5 March
- Gunfire at the Juba army base. 70 civilians went to the UNMISS compound in search of refuge, estimated death toll is 35.
- Salva Kiir formed a commission to prepare for SPLM leadership meeting
Thursday 6 March
- The South Sudan government reported that a UN convoy with weapons had been intercepted in Rumbek.
Friday 7 March
- AU established the South Sudan Commission of Inquiry to investigate the situation, headed by Nigeria’s President Olusegun Obasanjo.
- The South Sudan government uttered dissatisfaction with UN’s way of reporting military presence in Abyei.
Saturday 8 March
- Failure to reach consensus on the declaration principles for the peace talks.
- Thousands participated in a rally for peace and unity in Yambio.
Sunday 9 March
- Sudan Tribune reported that five East African countries are willing to deploy peace keeping forces to South Sudan.