Monday 2 November
- New accusations of ceasefire violations in areas south of Malakal, Upper Nile state.
Wednesday 4 November
- Al Jazeera: ‘Hiding from horror in the swamps of South Sudan’
- South Sudan’s government will release $10 million in a bid to shore up the economy and stabilize the rapidly rising black market exchange rate.
- President Salva Kiir has extended the period during which he was expected to appoint governors of recently proposed 28 new states.
- SPLA and SPLA (IO) negotiators agreed in Addis Ababa to limit the strength of the National Security Service to only 170 men in Juba of which 50 will be members of the SPLM/A (IO).
Thursday 5 November
- At least 37 dead after a Antonov An-12 cargo plane crashed shortly after take-off from Juba airport. One infant and a man survived the crash.
- Both sides in South Sudan’s conflict are stockpiling weapons despite the August peace deal according to United Nations experts.
- The New York Times Magazine: ‘The Displaced: Chuol’
Saturday 7 November
- About 450 IDPs allegedly left the UN protection site in Juba earlier this week to join the ranks of SPLA (IO) in Western Equatoria state according to a South Sudanese minister.
- President Salva Kiir issued an executive order integrating all officers and former militia fighters under the overall command of the chief administrator of the Greater Pibor Administrative Area, David Yauyau, now promoted from a SPLA major general to a rank of lieutenant general.
- The SPLA (IO) accused government forces of carrying out a surprise attack on bases in Mundri town and in Jambo area, Western Equatoria state
Sunday 8 November
- Explaining the South Sudan peace agreement:
Monday 9 November