Friday 7 November
- According to the UN, South Sudanese security personnel impounded four trucks carrying peacekeeping cargo in the capital Juba, and assaulted the drivers, accusing them of transporting weapons to rebels.
- South Sudan’s warring parties committed to stop fighting and bring the conflict to an end without conditions, the chief mediator for IGAD said after two days of talks in Addis Ababa.
- South Sudan lawmakers petitioned President Kiir over security bill saying it contravenes the transitional constitution and should be returned for revision.
Saturday 8 November
- UN Secretary-General, Ban Ki-moon, commended IGADs efforts to end the conflict in South Sudan in a recent statement.
- Sanctions loom if South Sudan parties violate the latest peace deal.
Sunday 9 November
- According to an IGAD press release, South Sudanese parties signed implementation matrix and agreed on timetable for implementation of Cessation of Hostilities in South Sudan.
- IGAD released “Summary of Reports of Cessation of Hostilities Violations (22 August – 7 November 2014)”
- SPLA-in-Opposition accused government forces of violating ceasefire just hours after both parties pledged to end the conflict.