Monday 24 March
- The South Sudanese government dropped their demand that the former detainees must be excluded from the IGAD peace talks if the talks are to proceed.
- Clashes between the SPLA and the SPLA-in-Opposition in Nasir County (Upper Nile).
Tuesday 25 March
- Peace talks in Addis Ababa resumed.
- UN warned of a potential food crisis in South Sudan and requested increased financial support.
- SPLA-in-Opposition advanced in Jonglei.
- Disagreements over SPLA/M-in-Opposition support created divisions among the leadership in Greater Equatoria.
Wednesday 26 March
- Treason hearing adjourned.
- Sudan Tribune reported from the treason that the prosecution witnesses did not provide evidence linking the four on trial to a coup attempt.
Thursday 27 March
- Salva Kiir promised to deliver “genuine reconciliation”.
- SPLA/M-in Opposition warned that they may boycott the peace talks as a protest to the continued presence of Ugandan troops.
- A university official in Juba expressed his support to Riek Machar to the Sudan Tribune.
- Clashes in Lakes State.
- 12 were killed and 14 injured in clashes in Duk County (Jonglei).
- CAJ News reporyed that the South Sudan government has asked for Zimbabwean troops to be deployed in South Sudan.
Friday 28 March
- A UN report stated that more than 1 million people have been forced to leave their homes in South Sudan since the outbreak of conflict 15 December 2013.
Saturday 29 March
- Western diplomats reiterated their support for the UNMISS.