Monday 7 July
- Shoot-to-kill orders against curfew violators were issued.
- South Sudan security confiscated newspapers covering the federalism debate.
- Two people were killed when a grenade exploded in Yida camp, Unity State.
Tuesday 8 July
- 12 people were killed in an attack on the UN camp in Bor.
- International Crisis Group urged the UN Security Council to take action to prevent escalation of the crisis in South Sudan.
- Rumbek University was attacked by a gunman.
Wednesday 9 July
- Salva Kiir announced that Ugandan forces will remain in South Sudan until a permanent peace agreement is in place
- Juba and Khartoum signed an agreement on transfer of humanitarian aid.
- Salva Kiir extended the amnesty to the former political detainees.
- Kiir asked the SPLA/M-in-Opposition to resume peace talks.
- South Sudan celebrated three years since independence.
- Ban Ki-Moon urged South Sudan’s leaders to resume peace talks.
- It was revealed that the SPLA is expecting a large shipment of weapons bought from China.
Thursday 10 July
- The European Union imposed sanctions towards two South Sudanese military generals.
- The mandate of the African Union Inquiry Commission on South Sudan was extended.
Friday 11 July
- South Sudan activists critisised the parliament of avoiding the federalism debate
- Riek Machar appointed senior assistants.
- Cholera outbreak reported in Upper Nile.
- Fighting reported in Upper Nile and Unity State.
- UN estimated a large increase in South Sudanese refugees.
- Parts of Juba were flooded due to heavy rain.
Saturday 12 July
- SPLM/A-in-Oppositions denied having demanded ransom for a Kenyan pilot.
Sunday 13 July