Monday 2 June
- New report stated that there have been more than 1106 cholera incidents in South Sudan since 15 May.
- South Sudan security was accused of arresting relatives of politicians supporting Riek Machar.
- Salva Kiir said in a media address that the citizens of South Sudan should decide whether the country should have a federal system.
Tuesday 3 June
- Kiir’s legal advisor, Telar Riing Deng denied his support for Vice-President James Wani Igga as the government’s lead negotiator in the peace talks.
- UNICEF reported that fighters occupy at least 30 schools in South Sudan.
- South Sudan Police dismissed accusations of killings in Mia Saba (Juba).
Wednesday 4 June
- Machar expressed faith in political settlement through the negotiations.
- Francis Nazario, a senior diplomat, left the South Sudan government.
- Global Witness demands an immediate halt to all South Sudan oil contracts.
Thursday 5 June
- Ban Ki-Moon, the UN secretary general urged Salva Kiir and Riek Machar to meet next week.
- Next round of peace negotiations, ‘the multi stakeholder symposium’ scheduled to start 5 June did not resume.
- Army recruitment by force reported in Lake State.
Friday 6 June
- South Sudan’s Vice President, James Wani Igga acknowledges corruption in non-oil revenues.
- South Sudan officials denied accusations of having intimidated relatives of the opposition.
- The South Sudan Government asked Kenya to “curtail” its contact with the SPLM-in-Opposition.
- The United Democratic Front Party claimed delegates were prevented from attending the Multi-Stakeholders Symposium in Addis.
Sunday 8 June
- An SPLM-in-Opposition spokesperson declared that the South Sudanese army has left areas in Jonglei.