Monday 20 October
- The head of the SPLM-G10 faction, Pagan Amum Okich, accused Kampala and Khartoum for interfering in South Sudanese politics to serve their own interests.
- IGAD-led South Sudan peace talks postponed until 27 October.
Tuesday 21 October
- The three main factions agreed on a intra-SPLM dialogue framework and communique in Arusha to support further peace negotiations.
- In a statement issued at the end of the Arusha meetings, South Sudan’s rival leaders admitted “collective responsibility” for the ongoing conflict.
Wednesday 22 October
- Over 500,000 SSP robbed from the Wau agricultural bank in Western Bahr al Ghazal.
- A leading member of the SPLM, Atem Garang de Kuek, urged party name change for the sake of reunification and democratization.
- According to a joint statement issued by the EU delegation to South Sudan, the proposed Security Bill contradicts South Sudan’s constitution.
- UNIMISS urged the Security Council to push the South Sudanese warring factions to implement peace commitments on the ground.
- IGAD stated that the South Sudanese factions have reached a breakthrough in the negotiations.
- An Ebola testing center was set up at WAU Airport in South Sudan’s Western Bahr el Ghazal.
- China to send some 700 peacekeepers to reinforce the UNIMSS at the beginning of 2015.
Thursday 23 October
- UNHCR praised Sudan for generously welcoming South Sudanese refugees.
- International scholars gathered for the Fourth Annual Juba University Lecture Series to examine the history and politics of earlier peace agreements in South Sudan.