() said it has been able to progress its licence applications and operations in spite of the coronavirus pandemic in Africa and Australia.
Andrew Bell, Red Rock's chairman, said it is now able to plan visits to most of its sites again though the travel situation remains difficult.
“Operations have been able to continue with little interruption and there are signs that the epidemic has in many countries passed its peak,” he added in a statement.
"The process of grant and renewal of key licenses has continued as Government departments try to keep operating with reduced staff levels present.
" It is gratifying to be able to report that we can now plan for a resumption of work after a gap of some years in our Kenyan licenses after their recent renewal."
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