Research paradigm can be defined as a set of belief under which a research is based on. A paradigm is a set of basic belief that mainly deals with ultimate or with the first principles (Macdonald, Kirk, Metzler, Nigles, Schempp & Wright, 2002). A research paradigm is therefore a worldview. A paradigm is defined as a theory or hypothesis or a framework within which research theories can be developed and that will fundamentally influence how the researcher sees the world and shape the research understanding of how things are connected (Denzin, 1994). Therefore a paradigm gives a conceptual framework that is used to see and make sense of the social world. The importance of a research paradigm is that it helps to she who the research perceives the world (Macdonald et al., 2002; Henning, Rensburg & Smit, 2004). This means that a research paradigm will influence the way in which a research deigns the research, how data will be collected and analyzed, and how the research results will be presented and disseminated. For a research, it is also important to understand that research paradigm helps them to identify their main role in research process.