The incident occurred in August. During his previous court appearance, he was granted bail of R5, 000.
According to communications officer of Chatsworth SAPS, Cpt Cheryl Pillay, it is alleged that the victim was approached by armed suspects, who shot him in the neck before fleeing with his vehicle.
Four members of the family died at the scene and the remaining victim died in hospital upon arrival.
Anyone with information can contact Det W/O Frederick on 031 405-7222 or 072-214-5774.
The relevant authorities were at the scene.
The victim, Nafees Shaik Ahamed, who is the owner of 12 dogs, believes that the robbery suspects were waiting in an open field behind their home and timing the couple.
The suspect was arrested by detectives at the Bayview SAPS and face charges of robbery with aggravated circumstances, murder and attempted murder, together with his cousin, Braveman Underhill and Fred Boy Msomi. A fourth accused is still on the run.
Malvern SAPS is combining a myriad of strategies but property owners also need to heed and adopt the following hints issued by W/O Radhika Marimuthu.
In the first case, the acting provincial commissioner for KZN, Maj Gen Bheki Langa welcomed the sentences meted out to three men, who were responsible for a massacre in the Ceza area during 2016.
Investigations led members of the Provincial Organised Crime Unit assisted by KwaNdengezi SAPS to Umbumbulu where police spotted two of the suspects walking along a gravel road.
Magistrate, S Meyer, said the three accused failed to prove exceptional circumstances for their schedule six bail application and bail was subsequently denied.