Sunday 6 April
- A Nuer community meeting in Juba claimed that 17,613 Nuers have been killed since the outbreak of violence 15 December 2013.
Monday 7 April
- IGAD announced that the seven former detainees who have formed the group, the ‘SPLM7’ will be excluded from the peace talks.
- South Sudan Security Service announced that they are recruiting new officers.
Tuesday 8 April
- Salva Kiir visited Uganda.
- The warring parties in South Sudan stated that they are not concerned by the US threat to implement sanctions against South Sudan.
- Oyai Deng Ajak denied in court, the accusations claiming he was involved in the alleged coup attempt against Riik Machar in December.
Wednesday 9 April
- Medicins Sans Frontiers criticised the UN for degrading conditions in the UN camps.
- Authorities in Eastern Equatoria denied accusations of loyalty to the SPLM/A-in-Opposition.
Thursday 10 April
- The UN denies accusations of indifference.
- John Kerry encouraged South Sudanese leaders to prioritise the South Sudanese people’s concerns above ethnic and personal interests.
- The former political detainees request interim leadership.
- The SPLM/A-in-Opposition expressed that they consider creating a national structure in the areas they control.
- SPLA claimed their withdrawal from Manyo County (Upper Nile) was not a result of defeat, but a tactical decision.
Friday 11 April
- The UN warned of a nutrition crisis in South Sudan predicting that 50,000 children under the age of five may die of malnutrition by the end of the year.
- Aerial bombing reported near Yida.
- SPLA/M-in-Opposition accused Egypt of supplying the Sudanese government with weapons.