Monday 9 June
- UNMISS opened a new civilian protection site in Malakal.
- African leaders urged South Sudanese politicians to find peaceful solution.
- The three-day multi-stakeholders symposium in Addis was concluded.
Tuesday 10 June
- The International Organisation for Migration warned that 2 million people will be displaced in South Sudan by the end of 2014.
- South Sudan leaders committed to the IGAD peace process and promised to implement a transitional government within 60 days.
- 3.800 uniformed men were dismissed by the Lake State governor.
- Youth leaders in Eastern Equatoria announced their support for federalism.
Wednesday 11 June
- SPLM/A-In-Opposition said they are positive to the negotiations with the Ugandan President, Yoweri Museveni.
- East African nations threatened to implement sanctions towards South Sudan unless the current conflict is solved peacefully.
- A reconciliation process between conflicting villages took place in Eastern Equatoria.
Thursday 12 June
- The Torit mayor was suspended.
- SPLM/A-in-Opposition complained to IGAD about the stakeholders-symposium held last week.
- ‘Citizens of Peace and Justice’, led by David Deng, requested to join the Addis Peace talks.
- Kiir agreed to allow the former political detainees return to South Sudan.
- SPLA soldiers deserted from Jonglei.
Friday 13 June
- The US warned against all travel to South Sudan.
- 300 SPLA soldiers returned home after salary disagreement.
- SPLA-in-Opposition fighters claimed victory in Bahr el Ghazal.
- Former army general called for popular uprising.
- Kiir accepted a reconciliation process within the SPLM.
- SPLM/A-in-Opposition denied reports of agreement on transitional government.
Saturday 14 June
- UN appealed for $1 billion to provide the necessary aid to South Sudan.
- South Sudan’s Vice President stated that the opposition should not be given any seats in the interim government.
Sunday 15 June
- Eastern Equatoria governor announced his support for the call for federalism.
- Four were killed in cattle raids in Abyei.