Monday 8 September
- South Sudan’s Presidential spokesperson accused IGAD of being impartial.
- The South Sudan Information Minister described journalists reporting the SPLM/A-in-Opposition’s view as “rebels and agitators”.
- At least 40 people were killed in clashes in Warrap State.
- UNMISS started construction work on the Bor-Juba road to improve security.
- Unity State youths announced that they want the governor excluded from elections.
Tuesday 9 September
- The preliminary UN probe showed that the UN helicopter that crashed in August was shot down.
- The government in Unity State claimed the SPLA-in-Opposition is preparing to attack Bentiu.
- Two people were killed in Renk (Upper Nile State) by unknown gunmen.
- China gave 25 million dollar to SPLM-Juba.
- The South Sudan President signed a new media bill.
- The South Sudanese government dismissed fourteen oil workers for alleged links to the SPLA-in-Opposition.
- The SPLM-in-Opposition denied having links to the Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA).
Wednesday 10 September
- The Red Cross requested $19 million to cope with an alarming number of people facing starvation in South Sudan.
- Journalists expressed skepticism over South Sudan’s new media laws.
- The South Sudanese government denied being involved in the dismissal of oil workers.
- The SPLA-in-Opposition denied planning an attack on Bentiu.
- The Committee to Protect Journalists (KPC) called for the release of a South Sudanese journalist who has been detained for three weeks.
Thursday 11 September
- South Sudan detained a Ugandan community leader.
- Authorities identified 19 suspects in the Tonj East (Warrap State) violence.
- Norway donated US $10 million to the Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations (FAO) in South Sudan.
Friday 12 September
- It was confirmed that Salva Kiir will attend the upcoming UN General Assembly in New York.
- Fuel shortage hit the Bahr el Ghazal region.
- The opposition party coalition dismissed their leader, Lam Akol, from the IGAD peace talks.
Saturday 13 September
- South Sudanese air force officers joined the SPLM-in-Opposition.
- The Warrap parliament warned absentee MPs that administrative measures will be taken if the MPs do not report to the assembly within a week.
- South Sudan security returned the confiscated keys to the Catholic run Bakhita radio.
- The South Sudanese government enforced a travel ban on the opposition leader, Lam Akol, hindering his participation in the IGAD talks.
- The SPLA-in-Opposition denied downing the UN helicopter.
- The UN reported that ten women have been raped in Bentiu.
Sunday 14 September
- Slava Kiir requested a meeting with Sudan’s President Omar Hassan Al-Bashir to discuss bilateral relations.
- A senior army officer was killed in ambush in Rumbek (Lakes State).
- The South Sudan peace talks were transferred from Addis Ababa to Bahir Dar.
- Rumbek North accused Cueibet youths of cattle raiding.