Monday 30 June
- UN envoy in South Sudan, Hilde Frafjord Johnson, said that the collective leadership in South Sudan must take responsibility for the conflict.
- Riek Machar defended the call for federalism.
- South Sudan government officially admitted that international help is needed to avoid collapse.
- Church leaders and women groups in Unity State announced support for federalism.
- The South Sudan government said that SPLM/A-in-Opposition has kidnapped a Kenyan pilot and demands $1.5 million for his release.
Tuesday 1 July
- The South Sudan government announced that they are willing to conclude the peace negotiations within two weeks if SPLA/M-in-Opposition agrees to participate.
- MSF reported that at least 58 people have been killed in hospitals during the South Sudan conflict.
- South Sudanese journalists were accused of erroneous reporting.
- Riek Machar travelled to South Africa to meet President Jacob Zuma.
- A mass prayer for reconciliation took place in Bor, Jonglei State.
- Increasing tensions were reported in Juba, as state governors in the Equatora states have been critical towards Salva Kiir.
Wednesday 2 July
- The hunger crisis in South Sudan was predicted to affect four million people.
- UN officials claimed UN staff was prevented from travelling by South Sudan security officials because of ethnicity.
- South Sudan implemented a ban on foreign taxi drivers.
- Yonglei youths rejected a federal system proposed by the SPLA/M-in-Oppostion.
- The South Sudan government denied banning debates about federalism.
- South Sudan’s finance minister tabled the annual budget 2014-2015 before parliament.
- New York Times reported that the South Sudan government has declined UN’s request to deploy unarmed drones to aid the peacekeeping mission.
- Juba and Khartoum signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) on border control and immigration.
Thursday 3 July
- South Sudanese MP’s criticised stakeholders involved in the IGAD peace negotiations.
- The governor of Central Equatoria reiterated the federalism demand.
- The US considered more individual sanctions towards South Sudan as a response to the current crisis.
Friday 4 July
- SPLA/M-in-Opposition was accused of killing 8 people in Warrap State.
- Salva Kiir met with Ethiopia’s foreign minister.
- Jonglei State government announced that it severs ties with the UN agency OCHA.
- Machar concluded his Pretoria visit.
Saturday 5 July
- SPLA announced that the tensions in Western Equatoria have been subdued.
- Peter Adwok Nyaba, a former political detainee joined SPLA/M-in-Opposition.
- At least one person was killed in a truck ambush between Juba and Bor.
- Ongoing fighting reported in Unity State.
- South Sudan Human Rights Commission called for freedom of speech.
- Disarmament of SPLA deserters reported in Bahr el Ghazal.
Sunday 6 July
- SPLA/M-in-Opposition accused SPLA of killing civilians in Western Equatoria.
- Salva Kiir called on African leaders to push for a solution to the South Sudan crisis.