Cedric Musonera, 33, originally from Burundi, a takeaway driver for an e-hailing food delivery company, died in Addington Hospital about an hour after being shot outside KFC

Durban - A Springfield Park man alleged to have shot and killed an e-hailing food service driver made a brief appearance in the Durban Magistrate's Court on Monday. 

Thaveshan Pillay, 31, was arrested and charged almost two months after the murder of Cedrick Musonera.

Musonera, 33, had been collecting a delivery from KFC in Florida Road on June 18 when he was accused of "skipping the queue."

It is alleged an altercation ensued between the suspect and the deceased inside the outlet.

Upon returning to his motorbike, Musonera was shot and died in hospital a few hours later. 

Pillay remains in police custody at Durban Central SAPS.

The matter was adjourned to next week, for an identity parade to be held. 

Following the murder delivery bikers held a silent protest outside the outlet in rememberance of Musonera. 

KwaZulu-Natal police spokesperson Colonel Thembeka Mbele confirmed Pillay's arrest. 

Mbele said Berea SAPS had received a complaint of a shooting on Florida Road on June 18.

"On arrival they found a 33-year-old man with two gunshot wounds to the body. He was taken to hospital for medical attention.