Monday 24 February
- The proposal of an interim government excluding Riek Machar and Salva Kiir was rejected by the South Sudan government. They expressed that they will not accept a solution which does not involve Salva Kiir.
- The South Sudan Army (SPLA) reported that they had killed at least 200 rebels supporting SPLA/M-in-Opposition who had attacked in Gardiang, Jonglei.
Tuesday 25 February
- Francis Ayul, the mining and petroleum minister in Upper Nile, was fired by President Salva Kiir.
- 68,000 were reported to have fled their homes in Duk county (Jonglei State) after clashes 24 Feburary.
Wednesday 26 February
- General Alfredo Lado, army leader of the SPLM/A-in-Opposition, asked Salva Kiir to resign to avoid escalation of the fighting.
- The Kenyan president, Uhuru Kenyatta and Salva Kiir had a closed meeting in Juba.
- The parties at the IGAD peace negotiations discussed and agreed to the principle of establishing an interim government .
Thursday 27 February
- Human Rights Watch (HRW) reported that war crimes have been committed in the South Sudan conflict.
- South Sudan United Democratic Alliances (SSUDA), an exiled political organisation, announced that they have sent an official requested to take in the IGAD negotiation
- UN asks the South Sudan government and SPLM/A-in-Opposition to respect the ceasefire in a statement on South Sudan.
Friday 28 February
- Sudan Tribune reported that the US intends to withdraw its military aid to South Sudan
Saturday 1 March
- Youths in Jonglei attacked the rebel forces, killing 15 and released James Cuei Leek, the Duk chief who has been detained by rebels loyal to the SPLM/A in Opposition.
Sunday 2 March
- SPLM/A in Opposition supports the formation of an interim government on the condition that it is without Salva Kiir.