Monday 16 June
- The peace talk round planned to commence 16 June was delayed.
- South Sudan’s Army Chief visited Nasir.
- The African Union Peace and Security Council (AUPSC) condemned the violations of the ceasefire.
Tuesday 17 June
- UN Geneal-Secretary urged the political leaders in South Sudan to form an interim government.
- Lieutenant-General Yohannes Gebremeskel Tesfamariam of Ethiopia was appointed as the new Force Commander for the United Nations Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS).
Wednesday 18 June
- At least 12 people were killed in inter-clan clashes in Lakes State.
- The South Sudan government committed to the global campaign to end sexual violence in conflict.
- Warrap state announced its opposition to the demand for federalism.
- Suspected cholera cases reported in Torit.
- Gunfire incident at Juba Airport.
- Police fired at officials in jonglei in a salary dispute.
Thursday 19 June
- Salva Kiir rejected the SPLA/M-in-Opposition’s proposal of equal representation in the interim government.
- Youths in Bahr el Ghazal called for neutral civil society in the peace process.
- Religious leaders requested restart of the peace negotiations.
Friday 20 June
- Salva Kiir critisised Equatoria State for declaring support for federalism.
- MSF reported alarming conditions in UN camps in South Sudan.
- South Sudan’s interior minister visited Khartoum.
Saturday 21 June
- The UN Security Council call for joint administration in Abyei was rejected by local community leaders.
- Salva Kiir rejected the defence minister’s resignation.
Sunday 22 June
- SPLA/M-in-Opposition accused the South Sudan government of violating theStatus Mission Agreement (SOMA).
- UNHCR declared decline in the number of South Sudan refugees fleeing to Ethiopia.
- Activists requested reselection of peace talk delegates.
- SPLA/M-in-Opposition announced that they will boycott the peace talks over the issue of inclusivity.
- Two people were killed in an attack by an armed group in Tor, Unity State.