Wednesday 1 June
- The UN Security Council unanimously renewed until 31 May 2017 sanctions against South Sudanese leaders perceived to be blocking peace, security and stability in the country.
Thursday 2 June
- There are conflicting interpretations within the presidency of the mandate for the announced committee to review the 28-state plan.
Friday 3 June
- Renewed clashes between the Toposa and Didinga ethnic groups in Budi, Eastern Equatoria State.
Saturday 4 June
- South Sudanese presidency to appoint nine additional presidential advisers from the opposition factions.
Sunday 5 June
- First Vice President, Riek Machar, will take charge follow up implementation of the September 2012 cooperation agreements between South Sudan and Sudan, according to the Presidency.
Monday 6 June
- A British, five-person advance team arrived in Juba; the first to arrive of the prospected 300 troops British contribution to UNMISS.
- Sudan and South Sudan Sunday signed a series of security agreements, including immediate re-deployment of joint military forces along the Safe Demilitarized Border Zone (SDBZ), an approved plan to stop supporting and harbouring rebels, as well as open crossing points.
- Voice of America: “Can Fragile Peace Hold in South Sudan?”