Monday 15 September
- The South Sudan government announced that all foreign workers in the country have to depart by 15 October.
- Upper Nile citizens complained about contaminated drinking water.
- The SPLM-in-Opposition denied recruiting child soldiers.
- Violence broke out on the Uganda-South Sudan border.
- The South Sudan health ministry launched a food and drug authority.
- Bahr el-Ghazal University was destroyed by fire.
- Heavy floods displaced thousands in Unity State.
- South Sudan appointed its first ambassador to Ghana.
Tuesday 16 September
- The SPLM and the SPLM-in-Opposition leaders said they want Lam Akol at the IGAD peace talks
- Equatorian youth leaders met in Juba.
- At least 25 people were killed in Rumbek, Lakes State.
- 27 youths, allegedly involved in inter-clan clashes last weekend, were arrested in Warrap State.
- The World Health Organisation (WHO) warned of severe outbreak of Kala azar disease in South Sudan.
Wednesday 17 September
- The UN said the threat of famine in South Sudan is receding after seasonal rains.
- The South Sudanese government announced that no foreign workers will be expelled, reversing the policy announcement made on Monday.
- The UK urged commitment to peace in South Sudan.
- The SPLA-in-Opposition captured Gongbaar, Upper Nile.
Thursday 18 September
- A UN employee in South Sudan has been detained for one month.
- The US imposed sanctions on two South Sudanese military officers.
- Barack Obama announced that he intends to nominate Mary Catherine Phee as the new US ambassador to South Sudan.
- The resumption of the IGAD peace talks was delayed to allow more discussion of the agenda.
- The director for land and survey was killed in Lakes State.
- Women protested for peace in Juba.
- Maban leaders endorsed the call to split Upper Nile State in two.
- The Western Bahr el-Ghazal Assembly petitioned Kiir to act against the state governor who is accused of abusing his power.
- The Western Bahr el-Ghazal governor denied accusations of power abuse and interference in parliamentary affairs.
Friday 19 September
- Seven people were killed in clashes on the Sudan-Uanda border.
- The South Sudanese army denied possessing chemical weapons.
- Heavy gunfire was reported in Doleib Hill, near Malakal.
- Four chiefs were arrested in Lakes State.
Saturday 20 September
- IGAD denounced the recent fighting in Renk County
- The SPLM-in-Opposition announced that it will send a delegation to China for bilateral talks.
- UNHCR in South Sudan launched biometric registration of IDPs.
- Cattle keepers in Jonglei reported that an outbreak of cattle disease is threatening their livelihoods.
- The UN reported that the security situation continues to limit the aid provision in Pigi County (Jonglei).
Sunday 21 September