Monday 21 July
- The South Sudan government accused neighbouring countries of supplying the SPLA-in-Opposition with weapons.
- The South Sudan government claimed it has regained control over Nasir after the SPLA-in-Opposition attack Sunday.
- The UN and world leaders condemned the opposition attack on Nasir.
Tuesday 22 July
- Two people were killed by armed men in Nyangkot, Lakes State.
- South Sudan’s Army Chief announced that the SPLA is still committed to ceasefire.
- The South Sudan government accused the opposition of attacking Ayod town, Jonglei.
- Riek Machar left Kampala without meeting Museveni.
Wednesday 23 July
- Wau residents showed support for the suggestion to move the capital from Juba to Wau.
- A presidential guard was accused of being involved in robberies in Juba.
- An SPLA commander warned against counter-offensive against SPLA-in-Opposition.
- The UN General Secretary Ban Ki-Moon appointed Ellen Margrethe Løj as the new head of UNMISS.
- The UN warned that Ethiopia will face a new wave of refugees from South Sudan.
- South Sudan’s Foreign Minister accused the SPLA-in-Opposition of stalling peace talks by being intransigent.
Thursday 24 July
- Students in Jonglei announced their support for federalism.
- The SPLA-in-Opposition abandoned Nasir.
- South Sudanese judicial officers visited Kenya.
- Salva Kiir promised that occupied mosque properties will be returned to Muslims.
- Small Arms Survey published a report suggesting that weapons used by the SPLA-in-Opposition in the current conflict have been provided by an external source.
Friday 25 July
- Sudan’s Foreign Minister announced that Sudan will take a leading role in the peace making process in South Sudan.
- The SPLA sent military reinforcements to the most conflicted areas in South Sudan.
- The SPLA announced that at least 140 opposition fighters were killed in Upper Nile and Jonglei last week.
- Pibor County (Jonglei) was granted a special administrative status allowing increased self-rule.
- The conditions in the UN protection cite in Bentiu were reported as ‘very bad’ after heavy flooding.
Saturday 26 July
- UN Security Council members said South Sudan has the world’s worst food security situation.
- South Sudanese women in Juba marched for peace.
- Internally Displaced People (IDP) demonstrated in Unity State.
- The South Sudan government announced that the UN Security Council will visit in September.
Sunday 27 July