Monday 1 September
- The Eastern Equatoria governor removed Yei County leaders.
- The SPLM Juba branch asked the parliament to endorse a transitional government.
- The South Sudan government asked for support for the IGAD protocol on agreed principles.
- Riek Machar appointed diplomats to represent SPLMiO.
- Health workers in South Sudan threatened to strike.
Tuesday 2 September
- The new UNMISS leader stressed the importance of civilian protection.
- The UK pledged further support for South Sudan’s humanitarian situation.
- Community leaders in Renk requested dismissal of the Upper Nile Governor.
- South Sudan’s Vice President announced that he will not give his position to Riek Machar.
- The United Sudan African Party (USAP) leader asked Kiir to dissolve the government delegation to the IGAD talks.
- South Sudan Council of Churches urged chiefs and elders to work for peace.
- A peace and reconciliation conference opened in Wau.
Wednesday 3 September
- Ellen Løj, the new head of UNMISS, arrived in South Sudan.
- Cattle raids were reported in Unity State.
- Salva Kiir called for integration of former militias.
- Salva Kiir praised the armed groups fighting on the government’s side.
Thursday 4 September
- More than 30 organisations called for arms embargo on South Sudan.
- Kiir appointed deputy chiefs in Pibor.
- Riek Machar visited South Africa.
- The Netherlands announced cuts in aid to South Sudan due to South Sudanese leaders’ lack of commitment to solve the conflict.
- The UN reported that violence against women in South Sudan’s UN camps has reduced.
Friday 5 September
- SPLA-in-Opposition official, Nathaniel Pierino, slammed the IGAD peace protocol.
- MSF announced that the Cholera outbreak in South Sudan is contained.
- A peace conference in Wau called for the SPLM-in-Opposition to register as a political party.
Saturday 6 September
- An increasing number of Hepatitis E cases in Lakes State was reported.
- China’s foreign affairs minister announced that 700 Chinese soldiers will be sent to South Sudan to contribute to UN’s peace keeping mission.
Sunday 7 September
- A soldier was killed in a salary dispute in Malakal.
- Salva Kiir appointed a former security official as the Director General for South Sudan Radio and Television.
- SPLA dismissed recent clashes in Renk County (Upper Nile).
- An outbreak of Kala-azar disease in Jonglei was reported.