Guardian Brand Studio
18 Aug 2017
This artist made a portrait out of covers of PET bottles and it's astonishing. The young artist used over 6,000 covers to create the portrait of the Vice Chancellor of his school and everyone is loving it.
15 Aug 2017
As claims and counter-claims continue to greet President Muhammud Buhari's absence from Nigeria as a result of an undisclosed ailment, here are some of the pains of the President's medical trip
13 Aug 2017
Guardian Life caught up with Mocheddah, who talks about her departure from the music industry and her future plans for her brand.
12 Aug 2017
In 2004, an unknown-to-the-world Usain Bolt rose from the ashes of defeat to later perform feats.
10 Aug 2017
Yeni Kuti, daughter of late Afrobeat musician and activist, Fela, has called on young Nigerian artistes to stop referring to their sound as Afrobeat. The daughter of the late legendary musician, who passed on 20 years ago, expressed her discontent recently.
9 Aug 2017
Kim Jong Un has tested more missiles than his father and grandfather combined. In 2017, the recluse leader of North Korea has tested 18 missiles, though intelligence experts have questioned the successes of some of the tests.
5 Aug 2017
Neymar's world-record move to PSG was concluded on Thursday and he was unveiled in Paris yesterday.
5 Aug 2017
Behind the Scene video of Tomiwa Edun for Guardian Life cover.
4 Aug 2017
Despite being the fastest growing mobile phone market in the world, Africa's mobile revenue is declining. According to a report by the GSM Association, there is an increasing cannibalization of traditional voice and messaging revenues.
29 Jul 2017
Wande Coal graces the cover of Guardian Life. He talks about his transition from Mo'Hits, to Mavin Records and finally Black Diamond. Here's what happened behind the scenes.
28 Jul 2017
The rising popularity and falling costs of producing electric cars may halt the high demand for oil from as early as 2020. This is the futuristic forecast by Stanford University economist, Tony Seba.
27 Jul 2017
Nigeria is spending only about N1,500 per citizen annually compared to over £2,000 per person in the UK. This falls short of the Abuja Declaration, a commitment by African heads of governments to spend at least 15% of their national budgets on the health sector.