Tuesday 29 March
- The Government of Sudan issued a directive ending cross border movement in the south, effectively closing its border with South Sudan.
- MTN South Sudan announced it is cutting jobs and cancelling expansion plans in face a U.S. dollar shortage and falling subscriptions due to the country’s economic crisis.
- Four people were killed and several injured in an attack allegedly carried out by SPLA (IO) forces in Mirmir payam, Unity State.
Wednesday 30 March
- UNMISS dismissed media reports that claimed peacekeepers had failed to protect civilians who fled protection sites in the Upper Nile capital, Malakal.
- SPLA accused the SPLA (IO) of allegedly attacking their forces on Mayendit-Leer road in Unity State.
Thursday 31 March
- Festus G. Mogae, the chairperson of JMEC, claim the formation of South Sudan’s Transitional Government of National Unity (TGoNU) is feasible within the next two weeks.
- According to the UN, more than 48,000 South Sudanese have fled to Sudan since late January amid food shortages and continuing conflict.
Friday 1 April
- The South Sudanese government expressed dissatisfaction with the U.S. extension of the executive order declaring national emergency with respect to South Sudan.
Saturday 2 April
- The SPLM and the South Sudan National Liberation Movement/Army (SSNLM/A) in Western Equatoria State signed a final peace agreement ending years of conflict in Yambio county.
Sunday 3 April
- Foreign Affairs: “South Sudan’s Troubled Peace: How the Peace Deal Got Stuck”
Monday 4 April