Tuesday 27 November
- In a leadership conference, the National Salvation Front reaffirmed the rejection of the revitalized peace agreement.
- Government authorities and opposition forces met in Eastern Equatoria and Upper Nile, and decided to cooperate in the implementation of the peace agreement and facilitate free movement.
- Former SPLM official Dr. Matur Gorjok Gak formed a new political party, the National People’s Movement.
- Chatham House: “Will South Sudan’s New Peace Deal Stick?”
Thursday 29 November
- The UN announced it will send extra peacekeepers to South Sudan who will facilitate the return of refugees.
- Weapons monitoring group Conflict Armament Research said Uganda provided South Sudan with European arms and ammunition during its civil war, thereby breaking the arms embargo.
Friday 30 November
Saturday 1 December
Sunday 2 December
- Doctors Without Borders reported that over a period of ten days in the past month, at least 125 women and girls were sexually abused and violated when seeking food aid in Unity. The UNMISS and SPLM-IO condemned the attacks and abuses.