Monday 13 October
- South Sudan’s former justice minister, John Luk Jok, warned of “disregard of the constitution.”
- Interparty dialogue in Tanzania between South Sudan’s political factions.
- UN envoy reported horrific levels of sexual violence in South Sudan, a Joint Communique with the SPLM has been sign to tackle the situation.
- The SPLM-in-Opposition claimed Ugandan military has sent reinforcement to South Sudan.
Tuesday 14 October
- The SPLM delegation to visit China on Oct. 15.
- Rwandan official encouraged South Sudan to apply the principles of the Gacaca court system to foster reconciliation.
- The SPLA increased security measures in Warrap state after tribal clashes.
Wednesday 15 October
- The Security Council extended UN peacekeeping force’s mandate in Abyei through February 2015.
- Two dividing analyses of the much-discussed National Security Bill from Human Rights Watch and The Sudd Institute.
- Around 5000 people are displaced due to flooding in northern Unity State.
- South Sudanese refugees in Sudan has exceeded 100.000 according to the UNHCR.
- The US called on South Sudan’s rival leaders to prioritize the peace negotiations.
- The Red Cross reported that over 900 homes are flooded in Bor due to heavy rain.
Thursday 16 October
- 6 months after Bor and Bentiu massacres, no arrests.
- A UN worker “kidnapped” by men in uniform in South Sudan, UNIMISS official say.
- Frustration increases, as South Sudan peace negotiations are delayed again.
- The Ugandan government and the SPLM signed a military cooperation agreement.
Friday 17 October
- The SPLM earmarked $1 billion for road construction, linking Juba to Bor and Rumbek.
- South Sudanese opposition parties petitioned President Salva Kiir against signing into law the National Security Bill.
- Free Voice staff, Mr. DeWet Spies, was released after being detained by the South Sudanese National Security Service for a week.
- The Ugandan State Minister of Foreign Affairs, Oryem Okello, discussed possible sanctions against Riek Machar with Troika diplomats.
- UN demanded the safe release of abducted UNIMSS and WFP personnel in South Sudan.
Saturday 18 October
- Riek Machar, the leader of the SPLM-in-Opposition, discussed the progress of the South Sudanese peace process with the Kenyan president in Nairobi.
- Timeline of various Radio Tamazuj news reports on the National Security Bill.
- President Salva Kiir dismissed his top legal advisor, Telar Deng, and reassigned him as ambassador to Russia.
Sunday 19 October
- The SPLM-in-Opposition announced that they will not reunify with the ruling SPLM party unless president Salva Kiir steps down.
- According to the head of the West Kordofan electoral commission, Abyei will not be part of West Darfur’s electoral districts for Sudan’s next year elections.