The series emphasizes the importance of family, friendship, and community. Precious is almost always motivated to help her clients out of a sense of morality and duty rather than financial gain. The show also exposes viewers to music, dance, language, and other aspects of Botswanan culture. It does briefly explore some complex issues like domestic violence, the disparity between Christian ideals and "traditional" beliefs in African culture, and women's changing role in the workplace.
Positive Role Models & Representations
Not much is shown, but there's mention of past domestic abuse (Precious lost a baby after her ex-husband beat her), and a boy is abducted and held captive by a group that threatens bodily harm to anyone interfering in the matter. Some episodes involve things like attempted poisonings and investigation of past murders. A few threatening animals.
Some mild flirting throughout, and lots of talk about relationships between men and women. One scene in an early episode features heavy sexual innuendo when a man picks up a woman in a bar and she invites him home, where they share a passionate (albeit brief) kiss.
Ease of Play
A few brief instances of adults drinking in social situations.