Monday 1 June
- The Government of South Sudan expelled the United Nations’ resident relief coordinator and deputy envoy to the country, Toby Lanzer. The SPLM later explained the expulsion, describing Lanzer as an ‘’enemy’’ of South Sudan.
- A delegation of 5 SPLM-G10, accompanied by South African Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa, returned to South Sudan to meet with President Salva Kiir.
Tuesday 2 June
- Tuesday 2 June the SPLA (IO) withdrew from Bazia area in Western Bahr al Ghazal which they claimed to have captured on Sunday morning.
- According to a new report by Conflict Armament Research (CAR), the Sudanese government has airdropped weapons and ammunition to the SPLA (IO) in South Sudan. The SPLA (IO) later dismissed these claims.
- Fighting broke out again in Pariang County, Unity State between government troops and SPLA (IO), and continued on later in the week.
Wednesday 3 June
- The AU appointed former Malian President Alpha Oumar Konaré as the AU High Representative for South Sudan.
- Malakal in Upper Nile State came under artillery fire as government forces and SPLA (IO), forces stationed across the Nile River, shelled each other.
- The SPLM will convene a high-level consultative meeting at the end of June, to be attended by G10’s leader, Pagan Amum and President Salva Kiir as well as the leaders of Uganda, Tanzania and Ethiopia, to discuss reunification process.
Thursday 4 June
- Lakes State Minister of Information Dhieu Wol said 13 people were killed and several others wounded from in inter-clans clashes in Rumbek East County.
- The SPLA (IO) claimed they inflicted heavy casualties on government troops after the latter allegedly carried out major offensive against the rebel positions north of the Unity state’s capital, Bentiu.
- Institute for Security Studies: Ramaphosa navigates a minefield in South Sudan.
Friday 5 June
- The SPLA (IO) claim they had captured Achana administrative unit in Aweil West County, about 40 kilometres away from the Northern Bahr al Ghazal capital Aweil.