In an update on its interests in Africa, the group said is planning a low-cost programme of geophysics and pitting at its Congo Galaxy joint venture to define mineralisation potential and decide drill targets.
At the end of 2018, initial results from exploration at the Luanshimba license at Congo Galaxy identified a 2km by 500m copper-cobalt anomaly and a 1.4km by 300m copper-cobalt anomaly.
The company has also carried out work to assess the old drill core from previous exploration activity at its Musonoi joint venture asset, which is adjacent to Glencore's Katanga Mining assets.
The work was the first part of a process of validating the results from historic drilling in order to announce a JORC Resource.
Red Rock said these works are expected to continue in the coming quarter.
In Kenya, the group has settled legal proceedings for the restoration of its rights over gold assets and continues to engage with authorities and key stakeholders to finalise the matter.
"Against the backdrop of continuing development of the battery metal story, and a stronger gold price, we continue to strengthen our licences and assets with a particular focus on our interests in the DRC and Kenya,” said chairman Andrew Bell.
“Apart from our exploration activity, we expect support for our valuation in the next phase from our work on corporate issues such as the Kenyan licence restoration and co-operative ventures, as we look to establish Red Rock as a key sector player with a prominent African footprint."