Monday 16 November
- SPLA (IO) and government forces trade accusations over recent clashes in areas south west of Rubkotna county, Unity state.
- Explaining South Sudan’s peace deal:
- Part 25: How will victims be compensated?
Wednesday 18 November
- The SPLM parliamentary caucus held a closed-door meeting where they agreed to give President Salva Kiir new constitutional powers to appoint governors and state assembly members.
- The South Sudan National Liberation Movement (SSNLM), which is based in Western Equatoria state, announced that they have entered into negotiations with the government to end hostilities.
Thursday 19 November
- SPLM (IO) once more declared that President Salva Kiir’s decision to divide South Sudan into 28 states derails the implementation of the peace agreement signed in August.
- The SPLA claim to have regained control of the Nimule-Juba highway following an ambush on a bus where at least people five people were reported killed.
- At least three people were killed and two others wounded in clashes between SPLA and civilians in Ezo County in Western Equatoria state. After the shootings the town residents fled into the bush.
- Less than two thirds of South Sudanese parliament members voted in favour of constitutional amendments to divide South Sudan into 28 states. However, the number of members present and votes counted has later been
Friday 20 November
- Uganda’s President Yoweri Museveni assured Moyo residents of security against cross border incursion from South Sudan.
Sunday 22 November
- Radio Tamazuj: Map analysis of the ethnic balance if President Salva Kiir’s proposed 28 states are established.