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An all-girls boarding school in South Africa shut down its dormitory when it was revealed that several of the girls were involved in relationships with each other.
Two girls who were caught kissing told school authorities that other girls were involved in relationships, according to BBC News. This resulted in 27 girls being expelled from the unidentified school in KwaZulu-Natal province.
South Africa is the only nation in Africa with antidiscrimination laws to protect LGBT citizens, although antigay bigotry remains widespread. A spokesman for the nation's education department said the school did not have the right to expel the students.